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This was a great recipe. It was very easy and a crowd pleaser. I used 10 oz jar alfredo already made up instead of the 10 oz package.
I made this the other night for my mom and she loved it! It was really easy to make and it tasted delicious, much more cost effective than going to a restaurant that serves it!
This recipe was a big hit!! I hosted a dinner for some colleagues tonight. I wanted something quick and easy that everyone could enjoy while I put the finishing touches on dinner. Someone actually said it was better than the dip they'd had at Red Lobster, Friday's, and the local sports bar.
This was good. Not the best I've ever had but I was able to make it with ingredients I had on hand. I like a little tang so I added about a cup of mayo which was a little thin, so maybe 1/2 & 1/2 with the alfredo next time.
This became a quick favorite in my house! Instead of the mozzarella and parmesan, I used 1 1/3 cups of Sargento shredded Italian blend cheese (mozzarella, smoked provolone, parmesan, romano, fontina and asiago). Served with lightly toasted homemade bread, this is a delicious snack!!
This was extremly good!! In my gourmet foods class in school, each group could pick an appetizer to make and i picked this one out for my group. Our class then shared all of our foods, and guess which one was totally gone by the end of class? THIS ONE!!! We served it w/town house crackers and tortilla chips...the town house crackers were better w/it. I will be making this again at home!!
Great - just what we were looking for, you're right it is definetly restaurant style - was a big hit at the super bowl party - Thanks!
This Dip was Delicious!! Quick and easy and a "Crowd Pleaser". The down fall...no leftovers.
I have made this twice now to take to parties and each time it is a big hit. Very easy to make, and makes alot.