Asiago Artichoke Dip

"My husband and I were buying this expensive little treat at our grocery store for a while until I looked and saw that it only had a handful of ingredients. After a few tests, voila! Homemade dip!"
 
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photo by Andi Longmeadow Farm
Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Mash up the artichoke hearts in a bowl along with the minced garlic.
  • Add the other ingredients.
  • Mix it all together and refrigerate until using.
  • All the proportions can be tweaked according to personal preference. You can also serve this recipe hot! The cheese gets all melty and yummy!

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Reviews

  1. VA3212
    We, too, have been buying this at our store. I love it! We like it on Rosemary/Sea Salt bread. Our store's has some shredded cheddar, as well so I added some of that. I believe the salt is not necessary and will leave that out next time. Thank you so much for posting
     
  2. Chef Thurlow
    Phenomenal!! Great job!
     
  3. jennifer r.
    Thank you for posting. Same here- always buying the same expensive little one at a local specialty store and this one was right on mark! Delicious! All my family and in-laws always request it when ever we have events. Perfect the way it is!
     
  4. jwdonald
    I, too, love this dip as prepared by our local grocer, but I was less impressed with the cost. Followed your recipe but also added about a TSP of paprika. Tastes great and substantially lower cost for 10 minutes of effort. Thanks.
     
  5. lovinthefoodnetwork
    Better than store-bought (and that's pretty good) and super easy to make. I went a bit overboard with the garlic, wouldn't mess with a good thing again! Thanks for the recipe, it is great.
     
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Growing up across the street from my Grandmother, who made great comfort food, instilled in me a fearlessness for baking and cooking. I've done a lot more since I've been married, but I'll never forget the pride I had after making my first pie! Thanks Gram, I love you!
 
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