4 Reviews

I altered the recipe a little. I sauteed a half of an onion with some minced garlic. I also added a can of fresh crab meat. Make sure u rinse the crab off really good to eliminate fishy taste. Also instead of sour cream I used Greek yogurt. Also I used 1/3 cup of parmesan cheese.I also added sliced jalapeno peppers.Mixed all the ingredients with a hand mixture and baked on 350 for 30 min. Then enjoy!

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hotgirlchina April 24, 2015

This stuff rocks. It's really the best. I've used this recipe for the past few years at various parties. The extra seasonings make all the difference. I do, however, have two modifications: I increase the amount of parmesan by double, and I omit the mayonnaise and double the sour cream. I'm not a super big fan of mayo.

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lotusespritman November 02, 2011

This dip was so easy to make and I loved it. I added a shredded parmesan cheese blend and about half the red pepper flakes. Served with scoop tortilla chips, will try the Hawaiian bread next time. Thank you BekW for posting this recipe. Made and reviewed for Pick A Chef - Spring 2009.

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lauralie41 May 03, 2009

This is a terrific Artichoke-Spinach dip. Goes together easily and tastes great. Served with some onion bread. None left. :) Will try the Hawaiian bread next time. THX BekW for a keeper!

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Caroline Cooks October 04, 2008
Hot Spinach & Artichoke Dip