7 Reviews

Delicious! Exactly what I was craving. I added a splash of Tabasco and a bit of nutmeg on top. I used it to make a faboo chicken sandwich--spread it on top of a cooked chicken breast, added a slice of provolone and broiled it briefly. Rich and wonderful. Thanks for posting, it's a keeper!

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MrsSnax September 04, 2005

This is the best Artichoke recipe ever! I tried other ones but I think the difference is the addition of cream cheese and dill. I added to the food processor a couple of jalapeno rings that are in a jar to this recipe. YUMMY!! Once you try this one you won't try anything else.

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cooking_geek March 03, 2008

I made this for some friends, and then to my embarrassment the tortilla chips I had served were stale. But the dip was so good everyone ate it anyway! Thanks for preventing an entertaining disaster!

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Kitty Z March 26, 2007

I have taken this to several parties where a lot of good stuff was served and this is always the first to be consumed. And it is so easy

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lunn35 December 22, 2006

So easy and tastes great! My food processor is small so I used the chopping function on my blender...worked well.

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NicoleNYC July 04, 2006

I made this for a last minute get-together this past weekend. It was so quick to make....all things that I had on hand. I added some finely chopped onion to it before baking. Thanx for a great dip! I'll make this again.

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*Parsley* June 13, 2006

Quick, easy and very tasty. I spread mine on bagels for brunch, but love the idea of using it as a sandwich spread as well. Thanks for sharing.

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iris5555 May 07, 2006
Artichoke Dip