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January 30, 2010

Hot Artichoke Dip

Back before the holidays, I tasted the most delicious Hot Artichoke Dip that I had ever tasted. I'm embarrassed to say that I started off with a small sampling with crackers, but then returned for a more generous portion which I ended up eating with a fork. Needless to say, I asked the hostess for the recipe, which she generously shared, God bless her!

Like so many great recipes that I've gathered over the years, after I got it, I tucked it away and promptly forgot about it. Well, I pulled it out on two occasions recently, and both times it was a huge hit. Best part of all is that it literally takes about 3 minutes to prepare -- and one batch makes a very generous portion.

I figured with Superbowl XLIV just around the corner, now was the perfect time to share it. However I'll forewarn you though -- if you're watching your calories or fat intake, you may want to avoid it -- it's super rich.

You'll Need


  • 1 14oz. can artichoke hearts (drained and chopped)
  • 8 oz. mozzarella cheese, grated or shredded
  • 1 cup Parmesan cheese (this dip is better if you a high quality cheese like Parmesan Reggiano)
  • 1 cup mayonnaise (I’ve used light and regular, and it is much richer tasting with regular mayo)
  • a sprinkle of garlic salt
Step By Step
  1. Mix all ingredients together
  2. Place in fairly shallow baking dish (8 x 4 loaf dish, or a pie plate works well)
  3. Bake for 30 minutes at 350.
  4. Serve warm with crackers or crusty baguette slices.
ENJOY!!


14 comments:

Rachel Cotterill said...

Thank you for this :) I've never made a hot dip (nor have I ever eaten one) but I think I'll have to try this for my next party.

Kriste said...

Thanks for the recipe! I love any kind of dips. And I've always wanted to try this kind.

Bossy Betty said...

YUM! This sounds really good!

Jenny said...

Hi Lauren, this looks totally scrumptious. I may have to make this for my husband...he would adore it! Good valentines treat.

Caroline said...

That sounds super tasty!

Helene said...

I'm trying to find easy (but yummy) recipes to make for my 2-yr old twins' upcoming birthday party! This sounds perfect! Thanks for sharing it!

Bo said...

This sounds delicious. Dips are something I don't make too often...they are dangerous to my pants.

London's-beauty said...

Ahh! yummy! sounds lovely, but i'm on a diet T__T

Jenny said...

Hi Lauren, hope everything is OK with you.

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Holly said...

Yumm-o!! One of my favorite dips!
A little bit different recipe than mine tho might have to try it:) I would like to invite you to come by our new food blog-The Peppered Pantry:)

Patty said...

I just made this dip the other night and it was so good I'm doing it again tonight, thanks for the recipe!

Julie M. said...

Mmmmmm dip. Artichoke none the less. Thanks for the recipe! I'll definitely be whipping this delicious concoction up soon. You have a great blog. I'm glad I found you!

Julie

Cindy said...

Wonderful new dip for me. Yum.

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