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Betsy's Quick & Easy Artichoke Dip

Betsy's Quick & Easy  Artichoke Dip created by Chef-Betsy

A really tasty, warm artichoke dip. It really does come together quickly, too. Good with toasted bread pieces, crackers, or even vegetables like cucumber slices or leaves of endive lettuce, or celery (if you avoid bread). After it was gone, I was trying to think of a way to cook some chicken I had and I had an idea that this dip might be tasty as a chicken breast stuffing. Some day I plan to try it in a stuffed chicken breast. Enjoy this yummy dip!

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directions

  • Drain the artichokes from the can. Coarsely chop them.
  • Combine chopped chokes, cheeses, mayo, and garlic in a small oven-proof serving dish.
  • Add fresh ground pepper and salt to taste.
  • Bake in oven at 375 - 400 until melted.
  • To be served next day, just re-heat in microwave. Recipe can be doubled.
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"A really tasty, warm artichoke dip. It really does come together quickly, too. Good with toasted bread pieces, crackers, or even vegetables like cucumber slices or leaves of endive lettuce, or celery (if you avoid bread). After it was gone, I was trying to think of a way to cook some chicken I had and I had an idea that this dip might be tasty as a chicken breast stuffing. Some day I plan to try it in a stuffed chicken breast. Enjoy this yummy dip!"
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  1. Chef-Betsy
    Betsy's Quick & Easy  Artichoke Dip Created by Chef-Betsy
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  2. Sky Valley Cook
    This was a tasty artichoke dip. I baked it at 375 for about 20 minutes. Next time I will increase the temp to 400 and bake for 15-20 minutes. Thank you for sharing.
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  3. Chef-Betsy
    A really tasty, warm artichoke dip. It really does come together quickly, too. Good with toasted bread pieces, crackers, or even vegetables like cucumber slices or leaves of endive lettuce, or celery (if you avoid bread). After it was gone, I was trying to think of a way to cook some chicken I had and I had an idea that this dip might be tasty as a chicken breast stuffing. Some day I plan to try it in a stuffed chicken breast. Enjoy this yummy dip!
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