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This was excellent!!! I used 1 teaspoon crushed garlic instead of the garlic powder. Wonderful with warm french bread!!!
Tasty! Easy to make, and everyone thought it was very good. I increased the garlic just a little and added some cayenne pepper (1/2t) since we have a "thing" for hot food. I served it with small pieces of leftover french bread toast. Easy - good - gone!
Easy to make. I followed the recipe, but the finished dip turned out a bit too mayonnaise-y and plain for my preference. Next time, I would reduce the amount of mayo to maybe 1/3 cup. For a pure artichoke dip, this was fine, but I enjoy dips that have more bulk to them so I would probably add spinach or cooked mushrooms next time. I felt the dip was better cold the next day as the mayo wasn't so noticeable, but I sauteed some finely chopped baby bella mushrooms and green onion in water and added them to the cold dip and it was wonderful.
This hot dip is good, but really not much of a taste...? The cream cheese and other cheeses just don't add much other than a cheesy taste. I added a little cayenne pepper to it with a little more garlic powder but this didn't add much taste. If I make this hot dip again, I'll decrease the cream cheese a little and increase the parmesan cheese. Added chopped onion or baby (canned) shrimp might be good? Horseradish maybe? I don't know? But I DO KNOW that it just didn't have much of a taste except cheese...sorry about that..
I was in a rush to make a dish for a potluck so I just went for a recipe with high stars. I made it as is and it was fabulous. Everyone was talking about it all night! I served with crackers because that is what I had on hand.
This is the one to make - and don't leave out a little garlic. A full, rich, balanced flavor as well as easy to make with the food processor. Don't overbake, as the mayo will separate and get an oily look, but that can be remedied with a quick stir.
Excellent! I threw this together as a movie munchie because I had everything on hand. Came together really quickly and we both enjoyed it. Thanks!
This was very good! I used reduced fat cream cheese and light mayo and I forgot the mozzarella- but this turned out great. Very close to one of my favorite restaurant's Art dip (Free State Brewery in Lawrence, KS), glad I found this recipe!
Oh Yum!! If you have never tried Artichoke dip this is the recipe to try. Very good. Followed recipe. Thanks for posting.
Delicious! I added 2 cloves of garlic (and will likely add more next time) and about 2 cups of chopped, fresh spinach. I processed the whole mess in the food processor until well blended. I love the artichoke dip you can buy at Costco, but I always hate how oily it is. The food processing seemed to mitigate any oiliness after baking. Thanks for a great recipe!