3 Reviews

Thought this had a little too much Worcestershire sauce. Was looking for a dip that was more cheesy and smooth and creamy. Will probably eliminate the Worcestershire all together and change the cheese to fontina or a mild cheddar.

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Oops February 09, 2015

This dip was amazing. I used 6 cloves of garlic and added some hot sauce. Served it with crostine toasts and crackers. Everyone loved it. It was gone in less than 10 minutes and there was only 5 people!!

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Kathryn7 September 17, 2013

Found this yesterday morning on the main Zaar page under "Just Added" and figured I'd try it to make something different. Wanted something a little more "fancy" just for the heck of it. So off to the grocer I went & I ended up preparing this with "imitation crab meat" because they were out of sea legs. Anyway, this was definitely as described, it was warm, bubbly, tasty, actually, I thought it was decadent. Reminds you of spinach & artichoke dip from a restaurant, only instead of spinach, it was seafood. My husband really enjoyed it. We had it on toasted panini crackers. I will make this again for sure but mostly I will make sure this is a staple when I entertain... only made it on a Monday to try it out... TY so much! ***** stars from us!

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Mom Mindy 66 February 17, 2009
Warm Lobster Dip (Or Crabmeat, or Sea Legs, or Baby Shrimp)