Artichoke and Basil Dip

Artichoke and Basil Dip created by Boomette

This is from a free brochure I picked up recently in the supermarket and is delicious-I did not have parmesan on hand so used WW grated cheddar and it was still fantastic.

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  • Process everything till smooth - you can leave it a bit chunky if you prefer.
  • Serve with pita bread.
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"This is from a free brochure I picked up recently in the supermarket and is delicious-I did not have parmesan on hand so used WW grated cheddar and it was still fantastic."
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  1. Boomette
    The taste is good. I made half the recipe with the same quantity of basil (1/2 cup). I used blue african basil. Maybe that's why the color is darker. I used a cajun cheese I had to use. It gave a great taste to it. Thanks Kate :) Made for the australian recipe swap for August 2011
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  2. Boomette
    Artichoke and Basil Dip Created by Boomette
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  3. French Tart
    There is very little to go wrong with ingredients such as these - I LOVE artichokes and the combination of the parmesan and basil was delightful! I used creme fraiche in place of sour cream and also added a few toasted pine nuts to the dip for a bit of a crunch! We ate this with ciabatta bread and a glass of Lambrusco wine - how decadant is that?! Made for ZWT and my team mate - AB FAB! FT:-)
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  4. French Tart
    There is very little to go wrong with ingredients such as these - I LOVE artichokes and the combination of the parmesan and basil was delightful! I used creme fraiche in place of sour cream and also added a few toasted pine nuts to the dip for a bit of a crunch! We ate this with ciabatta bread and a glass of Lambrusco wine - how decadant is that?! Made for ZWT and my team mate - AB FAB! FT:-)
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  5. Brooke the Cook in
    We did not enjoy this as we had hoped as we love basil and artichokes! It just wasn't creamy enough for our taste to be used as a dip... the texture wasn't right for us. I used fat-free marinated artichokes, fresh basil and fat free sour cream - it ended up the consistency of a tapenade, quite chunky and not very cohesive. Served with recipe#175410 Made for ZWT4.
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