Artichoke Dip (Caponata)

"I was very pleased to adopt this recipe as a homeless Recipezaar orphan; as it is something I have been making for a few years now. I first encountered it in a gift basket from our local Italian gourmet shop. With only four ingredients, it was easily reconstructed. Proportions of all the ingredients can be varied according to your taste; but be sure to use genuine Parmigiano-Reggiano only. "
 
Artichoke Dip (Caponata) created by Jenny Sanders
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  • Combine Parmesan cheese and mayonnaise.
  • Add the finely minced garlic.
  • Add the drained and coarsely chopped artichoke hearts and combine with cheese mixture.
  • May be served cold or heated 10 to 20 minutes in 350°F oven or until cheese is melted. (Do not heat in microwave).
  • Serve with chips or as a spread on french bread.
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    Artichoke Dip (Caponata) Created by Jenny Sanders
  2. Alison Houghton
    Boy oh Boy.....I give this all 5 stars because it's all the things that us "lookin' online chefs" are looking for. It's easy, tastes great hot & cold, takes only 4 ingredients and from start to finish it's about 10 minutes flat....if served cold. Even if this only has 4 ingredients, it's sooooooooo tasty! The only thing I changed is I added both cans of hearts instead of the 1 1/2 it called for (out of convenience) but I JUST LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing!
     
  3. Jenny Sanders
    I was very pleased to adopt this recipe as a homeless Recipezaar orphan; as it is something I have been making for a few years now. I first encountered it in a gift basket from our local Italian gourmet shop. With only four ingredients, it was easily reconstructed. Proportions of all the ingredients can be varied according to your taste; but be sure to use genuine Parmigiano-Reggiano only.
     
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