Crab Artichoke Dip

Crab Artichoke Dip created by Alley Barbie

Serve with crackers, Melba toast rounds, toast points or whatever you like. Always a big hit.

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  • Directions:

  • Preheat oven to 350*.
  • Melt butter. Stir in onion, garlic and parsley.
  • Cook till onion is tender.
  • Add cream cheese and keep on low heat until creamy.
  • Add other ingredients, except crab, and mix well.
  • Pour into large oven proof serving dish and fold in crab meat.
  • Bake until bubbly and hot.
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"Serve with crackers, Melba toast rounds, toast points or whatever you like. Always a big hit."
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  1. jeff1serena
    Not bad but not great. Followed recipe exactly. My wife and I both found it flat and disappointing, The crab we used was refrigerator-packaged; this dish might need really fresh crab.
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  2. lisa6682
    This was absolutely delicious! Leftovers were even better the second day. Thanks for a great recipe!!
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  3. ShelleBelleSL
    I followed this recipe to a T and it is just fabulous! Make sure you use good crabmeat though! I used packaged crabmeat and regret it. But the rest of the dip tasted awesome! Will make again (with BETTER crabmeat!) Thanks for a great recipe!
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  4. Alley Barbie
    This was absolutely FANTASTIC! I made this recipe for PAC Spring 2009. In making this I was hoping the end product would be similar to Red Lobster's Crab Artichoke dip and it was just as good if not better! The only changes I made to this recipe were: 1) I added a can of baby shrimp to mellow out the artichoke flavor, 2) I mixed in 1 cup of Montery Cheddar Jack Cheese into the stovetop mixture and 3) when it was all finish I topped it with more Montery Cheddar Jack cheese and more Parmesan cheese. Loved this recipe, thanks MomB for a keeper!! P.S. I served with tortilla chips sprinkled with Lowry's Seasoning salt and warmed in the oven for 10 minutes!
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  5. Alley Barbie
    Crab Artichoke Dip Created by Alley Barbie
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