WOW!!! This is awesome!! It was so very, very, very good!! I served it with cut-up French bread and pumpernickle bread - yummm!! We popped it back in the oven after a while, to melt the cheese and warm it up a bit. I usually don't enjoy artichokes, but this is exceptional!! Try this one guys, you will not be sorry - trust me!! Thanks Lennie - another great recipe!!
A must have recipe for any party. Very rich, but excellent.
Add this to your party food list! Even Mr. Lorac, who doesn't like artichokes, was smacking his lips. I made this in the morning and reheated in the microwave about 4 mins., once every one arrived. Next time I might add a clove of pressed garlic instead of garlic salt. Another keeper from Lennie!
Upscale this recipe with: throw in a bag of thawed popcorn shrimp (8oz bag) drained. SUPER YUMMY & people will think it cost allot of money too! Best with Triscuit!
Delicious appetizer Lennie! I made this today for New Years. I love simple great recipes, thanks so much. I served this with small party rye breads, we really enjoyed it.
Very easy and tastey - enjoyed by all. Thanks!
This tasted great. I brought it to a party and everyone wanted the recipe. I will be making this again.
I don't even need to make this to comment as it is also and old and favourite recipe of mine, always a hit at any gathering.
Made this for my New Year's bash. It took about 2 seconds to make and everyone kept complimenting me on it. I used marinated artichokes which added some great flavour. Served with bread sticks and crackers. I will definately make this again. Thanks Lennie!
I love artichokes and have used this as a base recipe several times with the following personal preference "tweeks": definitely use Hellman's, not the sweeter salad dressing type of mayo; as suggested by another reviewer I squeezed the 'chokes so they were as dry as possible; I minced a tiny bit of real garlic from my press (easy!); I added a little lemon zest to offset the richness (about 1/2 to 1 tsp); I cut the mayo to 3/4 cup cause otherwise I thought it'd be too rich for me, plus I wanted the artichokeyness to come through; I omitted the Worchester sauce but added a can of mild diced green chiles. You can make this in advance and even after baked, it keeps for a very long time. I have even used the leftover on home-made pizza and it was fantastic. Thanks for posting it!