4 Reviews

Wow, this is good! I loved the fact that it wasn't so creamy with cream cheese, but nicely tangy and flavorful. I did not have green onions, so I risked it and just finely chopped white onions in it, and it was great! Will do with green onions next time, if can get them.

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rosslare December 12, 2006

Very solid recipe, however, I wouldn't classify this as the best that I've had, but will likely make again. The dip wasn't completely heated through after 8-10 mins at 350 degrees, so I then kicked up to the Broil mode to give the top some color and make it bubbly and oozy. This is a nice change from the cream cheese versions, but I think I still like those better.

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Mole October 01, 2006

Great appetizer. Now and then we like to have a casual lunch by trying a couple of new appetizers (from my huge list of those to try) with a new cocktail recipe as well. This was a real hit this weekend. It was light but very satisfying. Thanks, akgrown.

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lazyme August 22, 2006

This dip is fantastic...my husband and I, alone, demolished the entire dish. I used a small jar of marinated artichoke hearts and Veganaise instead of mayonnaise. I loved the lack of cream cheese, which I always find to be kind of rich and heavy. What a treat! We had the dip on fresh, crusty Tuscan bread. Thanks so much for posting this recipe AK, we loved it!

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Hey Jude July 23, 2006
Baked Crab Dip (Like Simon and Seafort's Restaurant)