By Lennie on March 21, 2002
"This is a yummy favourite of mine to serve as part of pre-dinner munchies, or as a snack to a group of friends (it also doubles well). I found it many years ago in Out of This World CookBook II. Credit for the recipe goes to Virginia Prentice."
Serving Size: 1 (94 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"WOW!!! This is awesome!! It was so very, very, very good!! I served it with cut-up French bread and pumpernickle bread - yummm!! We popped it back in the oven after a while, to melt the cheese and warm it up a bit. I usually don't enjoy artichokes, but this is exceptional!! Try this one guys, you will not be sorry - trust me!! Thanks Lennie - another great recipe!!"
"A must have recipe for any party. Very rich, but excellent."
"Add this to your party food list! Even Mr. Lorac, who doesn't like artichokes, was smacking his lips. I made this in the morning and reheated in the microwave about 4 mins., once every one arrived. Next time I might add a clove of pressed garlic instead of garlic salt. Another keeper from Lennie!"
"Upscale this recipe with: throw in a bag of thawed popcorn shrimp (8oz bag) drained. SUPER YUMMY & people will think it cost allot of money too! Best with Triscuit!"
"Delicious appetizer Lennie! I made this today for New Years. I love simple great recipes, thanks so much. I served this with small party rye breads, we really enjoyed it."
"Very easy and tastey - enjoyed by all. Thanks!"
"This tasted great. I brought it to a party and everyone wanted the recipe. I will be making this again."
"I don't even need to make this to comment as it is also and old and favourite recipe of mine, always a hit at any gathering."
"Made this for my New Year's bash. It took about 2 seconds to make and everyone kept complimenting me on it. I used marinated artichokes which added some great flavour. Served with bread sticks and crackers. I will definately make this again. Thanks Lennie!"
"I love artichokes and have used this as a base recipe several times with the following personal preference "tweeks": definitely use Hellman's, not the sweeter salad dressing type of mayo; as suggested by another reviewer I squeezed the 'chokes so they were as dry as possible; I minced a tiny bit of real garlic from my press (easy!); I added a little lemon zest to offset the richness (about 1/2 to 1 tsp); I cut the mayo to 3/4 cup cause otherwise I thought it'd be too rich for me, plus I wanted the artichokeyness to come through; I omitted the Worchester sauce but added a can of mild diced green chiles. You can make this in advance and even after baked, it keeps for a very long time. I have even used the leftover on home-made pizza and it was fantastic. Thanks for posting it!"
"Excellent recipe. I took this to a party recently and it got rave reviews. I made it according to the recipe, except that I used light mayonnaise. It's great served with pita chips!"
"This really is good! I was worried that it wouldn't have enough flavor with only 1/4 tsp of Worchestsire and garlic salt, but it does. Next time I might add a bit more spice, but it is wonderful just as written. I served it with potato chips since we are gluten-free. Yummy!"
"Absolutely delicious! I baked it a little longer and served it with toasted rye and pumpernickle breads. Very easy to prepare and even reheated well. "
"I never made anything that was scoffed up so fast!!! I'll have to double it next time."
"Delicious and easy. Super quick for a pre-dinner or party snack....just a matter of mixing it together and throwing it in the oven. Served it with Melba toast. I used approx 50/50 mayo/miracle whip, b/c I ran out of mayo. It was still very good, but I would guess that with all mayo the flavor would have been a tad more mild, which would have been good too."
"I was so excited about this appetizer, but all I tasted was the mayo. I would like to try this again, but instead of the mayo, I think I am going to try sour cream."
"This is really good, just make sure you DRAIN & SQUEEZE those artichoke hearts."
"After a side-by-side comparison with 49063, this recipe was not as well liked. We found it to be a bit old fashioned in flavor."
"I cut this recipe down for four as I had part of a can of artichokes left over. It is very good. Served it as an appetizer with Recipe #104628."