Red Lobster Hot Crab Spinach Artichoke Dip Copycat Recipe

Red Lobster Hot Crab Spinach Artichoke Dip Copycat Recipe created by Audrey2011

A copy cat recipe of my favorite Red Lobster Appetizer!

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1hr 30mins
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  • Thaw spinach and drain very well!
  • Heat milk and all spices on med. heat ( do not boil) Reduce heat and simmer Sauté onion and 1 tablespoon butter until translucent about 8 minute.
  • Add to milk mixture.
  • Melt remaining butter and add flour, making a roux , about 3-4 minutes. Add to milk mixture on low heat Add cheese, except 1/2 cup Montery Jack for topping. Keep on very low heat careful not to burn, stir until melted Remove from heat and cool 15 minutes Drain artichokes and cut into small pieces Add spinach and artichokes to mixture and blend well.
  • Finally, add lump crab with large spoon. Fold in gently.
  • Pour into 11x9x2 casserole pan and top with remaining Monterey jack cheese. Bake at 350°F 12-15 minutes.
  • Serve with tortilla chips warmed in the oven and pico de gallo!
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"A copy cat recipe of my favorite Red Lobster Appetizer!"
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  1. kathyalphs
    Our family made this as the appetizer for our New Year's dinner. Using this recipe we ended up with a 9x13 pan as well as a 9x9 pan of the dip. We baked the dip at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. I would recommend cutting the recipe in half the next time we make it. The dip can be served with Ritz crackers, tortilla chips or cubed French bread.
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  2. myersstucco
    Turned out Great. We added salad shrimp.
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  3. Patrice O.
    Bad recipe. Tastes good, but absolutely will not thicken up if you follow the directions as written. First. Add the liquid to the roux, not the other way around. That'll help. But even so, you're probably going to have to add an egg or two to make a custard. That, or cut down on the milk. Eventually, I rescued this recipe, but it took far too much time and effort.
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  4. Irene F.
    recipe good but does not say when to add the asiago cheese
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  5. FatalFrame
    This was really delicious - really hits the spot on cold winter nights! I did go a little lighter on the cheese than the recipe said the last time I made it (having followed it to the letter the first time I made it) and it turned out just as yummy.
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