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    Snacks and Appetizers

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    I just found this recipe while looking through some old cookbooks. I have no idea where it came from. It's hand-written on an index card.

    Recipe #343711

    These are so addictive! I gave this recipe to some folks who now make 2 batches a week! This was given to me by Joyce, a co-worker. Note : Please use the large pretzels broken into pieces, these absorb the oil and flavor better then nuggets, or small twists. added: 10/29/08

    Recipe #213809

    Your guests will never want to leave when they get a taste of this dip! Remove any tough outer skins from the artichoke hearts before using in the recipe, I just use the whole small jar of pimento for this, 1 small finely diced and seeded red bell pepper can be used in place of the pimento. This makes a lot of dip so you might want to cut the recipe in half! You can prepare the complete dip up to 24 hours in advance and refrigerate, just bake as directed. Serve this with thin baguette slices.

    Recipe #195967

    2 Reviews |  By JRuiz

    This is great on a bagel, melba toast, or even just plain bread.

    Recipe #195037

    This is very simple to make, but very flavorful with a Tex-Mex flair. Great to take to potlucks along with a bag of nacho cheese tortilla chips...

    Recipe #128394

    I found this at another recipe site and have made it a few times with rave results. I know there are many similar recipes but this is the only one I could find that has these ingredients so I thought I would share. The bacon addition makes this dip yummy! I will post the recipe as I found it but then add in the few changes I have made to spice it up a little.

    Recipe #328445

    CAUTION: YOU MIGHT EAT THIS ENTIRE DISH BY YOURSELF! It is the creamiest, cheesiest crab artichoke dip I have ever made. You can cheat and buy the Alfredo sauce from your favorite Italian restaurant. I buy mine from Olive Garden most of the time, or if you prefer, you can make it from scratch from your favorite alfredo recipe. Great with salted tortilla chips! Enjoy!

    Recipe #224376

    14 Reviews |  By Bergy

    A great appetizer, tasty. A nice blend of flavors You may make the mushroom fill ahead and freeze it. I usually split it into 4 bags so I can make only a dozen at a time. Thaw from frozen and continue to make the bread nappies.

    Recipe #16123

    This is better than any store-bought dip I have ever tried. I use light cream cheese,but feel free to use regular for added richness.

    Recipe #222773

    This is one of my husband's favorite appetizers! Every time I have a party he begs me to make this recipe!

    Recipe #165538

    FLAVOR GALORE! Great for parties or serve for Super Bowl event. Watch out -- this dip is ADDICTIVE! Great served on Triscuits Thin Crisps, Club or Ritz crackers. If you want more zing or bite increase garlic powder or hot pepper sauce. For best results do not exceed amount of butter or mayonnaise. A good inexpensive dip for parties and you may want to double the recipe for a party. Oh Man, this is good!!!

    Recipe #323156

    This uses the small oval baker and suggests serving with baked pita chips. I didn't include thaw time in the prep time.

    Recipe #315770

    5 Reviews |  By Ba4Hire

    One of each ingredient (almost) makes this recipe easy to make. Perfect for any party or even to make a regular dinner a bit more special. These can be made ahead and kept in the freezer. When ready to serve, just pop in an oven or toaster oven for 5-10 minutes until heated through. (personally, I think these taste better when frozen and then reheated.)

    Recipe #283087

    Ranch dressing perks up a crowd-pleasing, cheesy crescent appetizer. These are easy and delicious!

    Recipe #156029

    Need an appetizer in a hurry? This is very easy to prepare, very tasty and always a huge hit! You can use any type of tomato that you may have on hand. I prefer to seed them before dicing.

    Recipe #278744

    Recipe created by Todd Wilbur at www.TopSecretRecipes.com. Marno McDermott was a successful Minneapolis restaurateur, opening a chain of Mexican restaurants in the seventies called Zapata's against the advice of skeptics who said he would never able to sell Mexican food to the large population of Scandinavians in the area. Marno proved them wrong then, and once again in 1976, when he partnered with Max McGee, a former Green Bay Packer football player, to open the first Chi-Chi's in Richfield, Minnesota. The restaurant was built inside a deserted Kroger grocery store and became instantly famous for the intensely flavored and larger-than-usual portions of food. To keep volume high, Chi-Chi's designed a custom computer-driven system that clocks every aspect of service from the time each server enters an order to when the order is placed in front of customers. Special attention was given to the design of the menus as well, with each dish taking no more than nine minutes to prepare, even during the rush hours. Since you're starting from scratch, this appetizer will probably take longer than nine minutes to make. You can choose to make the nachos from stor-bought tortilla chips or make them yourself from the *Tidbits (see below). Personally, I think the fresh, home-fried type tastes best. If you're up to the task, amigos, I say give it a go.

    Recipe #275930

    66 Reviews |  By Teri

    We had these at Bonefish Grill. They are a great app. Since then, I have been trying many recipes looking for one that tastes close. This is the best that I have found. Sometimes I fix these and just serve with a salad for lunch - very delicious!

    Recipe #187731

    These sound like they're quick and easy appetizers! From The White House on High Street Bed & Breakfast on Long Island, NY

    Recipe #275476

    Carrabba's is probably my favorite restaurant and so when I find copy cat recipe I try them out. This is one that I am holding to make sometime.

    Recipe #273916

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