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Artichoke Dip

Artichoke Dip recipe
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Warm and gooey, this quick and delicious artichoke dip is perfect for those unexpected guests during the busy holidays—or any time of year.
5 min
6 min
1-1/4 cups or 10 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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This was a very poor imitation of a good dip. Don't make this one.
I make this recipe a little different. I omit the butter. I add spinach and if I do not have fresh garlic I used garlic powder. I also add red pepper flakes for a little kick. I usually take wonton wrappers and put them in my mini muffin pan and then put the artichoke (artichoke-spinach) dip in the middle. I bake them in the oven at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes, until the wonton wrappers are browned.
i cannot explain how could this was it just tasted so good it was gone in like 10 minutes
Made this for Thanksgiving - it was excellent and didn't last long at all. My guests thought it was great and were looking for more. Next time I'm making a double batch to keep 1/2 in the frig so I can refill the bowl.
simple and delicious!
This recipe is Superb because of the ease and sophistication all at the same time! I served it with pita chips and crackers. My family loved this at Thanksgiving - it was gone in less than an hour. I'm making it again for my Euchre party.
I made this appetizer for Thanksgiving. It was so easy to make that I actually felt guilty for not taking the time to make something more extravagant. It was a total hit at my Grandma's and I will most definetly make again and again!
was surprised that this dish was so easy and actually is more than just a dip. It is a vegetable side and was a huge hit
I was shocked at how easy this recipe was and how great it tasted. Nothing needed to be changed and it was a crowd pleaser.
I added some mozzarella and some monterey jack shredded cheese and instead of crackers i butterd the backside of some french baguette bread ( butterside down) on a cookie sheet and spread dip on top and baked for 10 mins at 400 or until edgeds of bread were browned... they were the hit of thanksgiving!! creamy and delicious!!! try it you wont be disappointed!!!
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