Friday, December 19, 2008

Artichoke and Roasted Pepper Dip

Put this appetizer out on your kitchen island and for sure you'll have everyone right where you're trying to finish up the meal. My son-in-law loves to tease me about that! So, depending on how stressed you want to be, plan your placement carefully. If I remember right, I got this recipe from my niece, Pauline.

Ingredients:
1/2 cup miracle whip ( I do more)
2/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/2 jar roasted sweet red peppers, patted dry and chopped
1 can (14 oz) artichoke hearts, drained and chopped
1 each: green onion chopped, clove garlic, minced

Stir together miracle whip, cheese, peppers, artichokes, onion and garlic. (I save a bit of the cheese and sprinkle it on top) Spoon into 9 inch pie plate or similar small, low baking dish. Bake at 350F 10 - 12 min. Serve with crackers, corn chips or guacamole chips.

16 comments:

  1. Oh Anneliese, thanks so much for posting this. I've been looking for a good artichoke dip recipe...don't know why since I've never tasted it, but something just think it would taste wonderful. I'm going to try this one for sure :)

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  2. Hey...no more 'store bought' for me! This looks every bit as good as a frozen variety I buy at _____ :P. I am definitely making this for New Years this year. Thanks for the post. I can see where this creates 'a gathering'!

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  3. That sounds good to me...I love artichoke dip.

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  4. i would place that right by the kitchen sink and they could only smack on it after the dishes were done......grin.
    it really does look very good, i have tasted something similar, but i doubt that it had roasted peppers. that would be nice.

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  5. oops...apologies for the poor grammar in my comment... I really am busier than I thought! ;)

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  6. I love artichoke dips and the only thing that would improve it is roasted red pepper. I'll be making this one soon. Thanks.

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  7. Just came back to say I am serving this up tonight with as an appetizer with my spinach roti and rack of lamb for the teenager's 'last supper'....grin...can I grin?

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  8. I'm anticipating a snow day tomorrow and I have all the ingredients to make this dip. I love artichoke.
    Yummy.

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  9. Anneliese, I ran out and bought these goodies to make this. . .that Artichoke dip looks wonderful.

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  10. I'm sorry to say that this was not good! I have tried four recipes from this site and three of them have been OUTSTANDING, but not this one. I hate to leave a bad review, but I would have wanted to know before I went out and bought the ingredients. I really love your blog though!

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  11. Mmm... I always look forward to having this at your house! It's one of my favourites!!

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  12. I love this appetizer it really soothes my stomach and eat some main course dishes.

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  13. I love your recipes and make the pizza rolls on a very regular basis! I am wondering the measurement of the roasted red peppers. I have twenty bags in my freezer from a beautiful day of roasting with my friends this summer and would like to find recipes to use them up. This one sounds perfect! Thanks again for the great site.

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  14. Charlene,
    I'm not sure if you were asking how much roasted pepper to put in... it is not a crucial amount, really. I'd say maybe the amount of one or two sweet red peppers, roasted.
    Thank you for your comment.

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  15. Hi I'm making this tonight. Can you please approximate the measurement of the roasted red pepper in ml or ounces.
    Thankyou Carolyn

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