5 Reviews

This is a great dip. I use jalapeno chilies that make a spicier dip. I use my food processor to chop the artichokes and then add the chilies and pulse and then add the mayo and cheese to mix. Simple and not a lot of clean up. Can be made ahead and stored in the refrigerator till you are ready to bake, just add about five more minutes cooking time.

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MH Church January 28, 2003

This is my friend Jill's warm artichoke dip. Super easy and yummy. make sure not to use marinated artichokes as it changes the flavor. Enjoy. Thanks LikeItLoveIt!

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ChefDLH October 15, 2008

This dip has been a favorite in my family for years! So yummy! I always double the batch, blend until smooth and bake in a quiche baking dish. Serve with sliced baguette and crackers. Thanks for posting! :)

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rickoholic83 November 30, 2007

Made this today but the cooking time should be longer or it should go in a bigger pan so its thinner because I didnt get a browned top at all. (like 9x13 pan would be good). Still very tasty and easy! Thanks!

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Ang11002 January 31, 2004

This was very good. I am always looking for a variation of the artichoke dip. The chilies were an easy addition and added a great taste. Thanks for a really easy recipe that works well when you are in a hurry.

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riffraff July 19, 2003
Artichoke Dip