martes, febrero 13, 2007

Hot Artichoke Dip

[Farm-fresh artichokes - market in South of France]

Here I am on a tropical island deprived of hearty baked foods of the cold season, and dreaming of warm pitta bread dipped in oven-baked artichoke dip. If it makes you salivate, try out this simple recipe passed on to me a handful of years ago. You should have everything at hand to surprise your beloved this Valentine's Day.

(Rita, this entry is dedicated to you. Lotsa love from me to you in Baltimore.)

Hot Artichoke Dip
Recipe by Annie Stoyanoff, CBS, Portage, Michigan.

What you need:
1 can artichoke hearts, drained and chopped
2 cups mayonnaise (not Miracle Whip)
2 cups freshly shredded Parmesan cheese
2 teaspoon lemon juice
1 10 oz. chopped spinach, drained
Garlic to taste
Paprika to garnish

How you do it:
Mix all ingredients, place in shallow dish, and sprinkle with Paprika.
Bake at 350F for 20-30 minutes until bubbly and brown.
Serve with chips, pita bread wedges or Wasa rye crisp.

6 Hand-picked Olive[s]:

Anonymous Anónimo picked an olive...

thanks a bunch, as a matter of fact i have everything i need except the artichoke hearts! Let you know how it goes.
Love ya.

12:24 a. m., febrero 14, 2007

Blogger Riana Lagarde picked an olive...

I love artichoke dip, yum!!!

1:32 a. m., febrero 14, 2007

Anonymous Anónimo picked an olive...

J'adore! Nice to read you again, Kel!

4:03 p. m., febrero 14, 2007

Blogger Rosa's Yummy Yums picked an olive...

That sounds nice! Great to hear from you again...

5:44 p. m., febrero 14, 2007

Anonymous Anónimo picked an olive...

I love this. Thanks for your blog

6:52 p. m., febrero 15, 2007

Blogger *kel picked an olive...

Bea + Rosa: thanks for stopping by. Great to be back too!

coucou candy: j'aime bien ton blog aussi. À ++

10:55 p. m., febrero 15, 2007


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