October 6, 2010

Wednesday Chow - Hot Artichoke Dip

Wow, these Wednesdays just sneak up on me, except last week's.  Last week I put up the recipe early and set the 'schedule' button for the recipe to post early Wednesday morning. Only, it didn't.  I discovered that on Friday or Saturday...that the recipe hadn't posted.  So, Wednesday's Chow wasn't posted on Wednesday...go figure.

Anyway, here's an appitizer for all those fall get-togethers that are up and coming!

Hot Artichoke Dip


½ cup mayonnaise
½ cup grated Parmesan cheese
4 (1/4 cup) medium green onions, chopped
1 can (14 or 15 oz) artichoke hearts
Drained and coarsely chopped
Assorted crackers


Preheat oven 350° F.

In a small bowl, stir mayonnaise and cheese until well mixed. Add onions and artichoke hearts, mix well. Spoon into an ungreased 1-quart casserole.

Cover and bake 20-25 minutes or until hot. Serve warm with crackers.

For Hot Artichoke-Spinach Dip:

Increase mayonnaise and Parmesan cheese to one cup each. Stir in 1 box (9 oz) frozen chopped spinach, thawed and squeezed of excess water. Spoon into casserole dish and bake as directed.

Yes, This is an oldie but goodie, but still a very sexy man in his day.  I just love his blue eyes!


Paige Ryter said...

BLUE EYES!!! Still adorable!! OH...I mean Artichoke Dip or ip something...

You're so good at these 'recipes!' Thanks!

Anna Kathryn Lanier said...

Hi, Paige. Yeah, I just realized that typo...ip..LOL. I guess I should change it, but then who'd understand your post?

Paige Ryter said...

Yeah...don't change it! It's better this way...dipping into the 'ip' makes it sound alcoholic...or that you've been staring into Paul Newman's eyes. HAHAHAH!! Very cool!

Paisley Kirkpatrick said...

Delicious recipe. I reckon Paul Newman was sexy until the day he died. Who could resist falling into his gorgeous blue eyes!!

Thanks Anna Kathryn.

Bethany said...

I love Hot Artichoke Dip--especially with Spinach in it...as long as there's no onions (unfortunately and probably weirdly, I'm allergic. I can handle a VERY VERY little bit, but I have to be careful--dried onion is okay sometimes--but I never use onion or dried onion in the things I make).I actually don't miss onion...without onion I've found other ways to flavor/spice dishes up.

Emma Lai said...

I had to stop by to drool over Paul Newman! Yummy recipe!

Anna Kathryn Lanier said...

Hi all. Thanks for stopping by. Yep, Paul Newman is well worth ogling over!