17 Reviews

Outstanding! Made this as an appetizer for a New Year's Eve party, and the dip was gone in 20 minutes. Guests loved it! Changes I made to this recipe include using 3 heads of garlic as opposed to one (I really LOVE garlic), 8 ounces of cream cheese (1 pkg.) as opposed to 16 ounces and a mixture of cheeses to sprinkle on top, rather than just Mozzarella (I used a bag of Sargento's 6 Cheese Italian). I also placed the dip under the broiler for a few minutes to brown the top. Came out beautifully!!

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BellBiv January 01, 2010

I really liked this dip, but would make some modifications if I made it again. I would definitely use more garlic, probably 2-3 bulbs. (I may've had a small bulb this time). I also would use only 8-12 oz cream cheese; the 16 seemed a little too much. But maybe adding the artichoke or maybe some spinach would help some, to break up the richness of all that cheese. I used skim milk in place of heavy cream and it worked fine. Overall, very tasty and would probably make again with some changes. Served with a toasted baguette. Thanks so much for posting!

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StacyMD187373 December 15, 2008

Excellent Dip! 2 changes. I used less cream cheese and more garlic, but otherwise, it was a wonderful taste. As one noted, I used a mix of cheese rather than just mozz on top. Almost every recipe that calls for cheese, I tend to use a mix of cheese vs just one.

The dip was a hit. I served it in a dinner party and served them in individual ramikens which were really fun. Thx for a great dip.

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SarasotaCook December 13, 2010

I used the suggestion of replacing the heavy cream with more sour cream and the dip was a huge success at the last dinner party. Excellent texture and flavor.

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dawnschlegel October 26, 2010

This is truly THE BEST DIP I have every had in my life. I made it for a family get together and every one completely loved it. I am now supposed to bring it for any family occasion from now on! Definitely try it! It's a "beyond words" kinda good!

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minichef22 June 22, 2010

WOW...this is GOOD!!! I halved the recipe and added a can of artichokes. AWESOME!

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Kim from Texas November 15, 2008

I reduced this recipe by half with great results. I also think that I used more parsley than called for, but liked the added texture and color. I also used Whole Roasted Garlic for my roasted garlic. Yum! I served this with Sea Salt Bagel Chips, and the bowl was licked clean. This is truly a winner.

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Ms B. April 02, 2008

I made some changes but it turned out AWESOME!! I did not have any heavy cream so I just doubled the sour cream, I added another half a head of garlic, an addiction to it in the family and a sprinkle of cayenne to give a little bite... one final change, I mixed half asiago and half romano and skipped the parsley (personal preference). If I can tear it away from the family it is going to the Super Bowl party.

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BrattiPattiB February 04, 2007

very creamy and rich! like others I used more garlic. good with tortilla chips too.

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sofie-a-toast February 04, 2014

Since my family likes garlic and asiago cheese, I figured this was would be good to try. This dish was an absolute hit! The entire dish disappeared after 10 minutes. I'm definitely going to save this one.

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voverton22 December 24, 2010
Roasted Garlic Asiago Dip