Warm Piquillo & Crab Dip

Oh so yummy! You can make it as hot as you like. Serving this in a pumpernickel bowl is just too much. F&W Magazine, June 2007 edition. This recipe is from Cocktails 2007 from Amazing Cokctails and Bar Food. Chef Jose Garces, from Amada, Philadelphia offers a mix of traditional and inspired tapas at his spot Old City. On his menu he offers stuffed piquillo peppers - well this is just a simplified version.

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directions

  • Preheat the broiler.
  • In a bowl, combine the crabmeat, mayonnaise, creme fraiche, parsley, chives, mustard, lemon juice and 3/4 cup of the Manchego.
  • Spread in an 8-by-11-inch baking dish.
  • Top with the piquillos and sprinkle with the remaining Manchego.
  • Broil until the cheese is melted and the dip is heated through.
  • Serve hot with bread or crackers.
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"Oh so yummy! You can make it as hot as you like. Serving this in a pumpernickel bowl is just too much. F&W Magazine, June 2007 edition. This recipe is from Cocktails 2007 from Amazing Cokctails and Bar Food. Chef Jose Garces, from Amada, Philadelphia offers a mix of traditional and inspired tapas at his spot Old City. On his menu he offers stuffed piquillo peppers - well this is just a simplified version."
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  1. Manami
    Oh so yummy! You can make it as hot as you like. Serving this in a pumpernickel bowl is just too much. F&W Magazine, June 2007 edition. This recipe is from Cocktails 2007 from Amazing Cokctails and Bar Food. Chef Jose Garces, from Amada, Philadelphia offers a mix of traditional and inspired tapas at his spot Old City. On his menu he offers stuffed piquillo peppers - well this is just a simplified version.
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