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Warm Spinach Artichoke Dip

Written By Srimathi Mani on Tuesday, October 21, 2008 | 8:08 AM

Yes I know most of you love this dip. I do too and love to order it whenever I see this on the menu. I make this when I want something done in 10 minutes. Its that simple and very yummy. This was the dip I made for football this week. The dip was good but Chargers were not.They lost again and I felt very sad. The dip is an adaptation from Alton Brown's recipe and is very delicious. Please do try it and give me a feed back. I used non-fat to low fat cheeses so that I do not feel so guilty to indulge.





Gadgets:

Microwave safe bowl

Measuring bowl and spoon

Saucepan

Ingredients:

Cream cheese - 3/4 cup (Low fat)

Sour Cream - 1/2 cup (non-fat)

Mexican blend cheese from Costco - 1/4 cup

Parmesan cheese - 1/4 cup

Frozen Spinach - 1 cup

Frozen Artichoke hearts - 1 cup

Garlic powder - 1/3 tsp

Salt

Pepper freshly grated

Water - 1/2 cup



Preparation:


1. Using the microwave or the sauce pan cook the spinach, artichoke hearts with water until soft about 5 minutes.

2. Heat cream cheese in a microwave safe bowl for a minute.

3. Mix in all the rest of the ingredients.

4. Remove the excess water from the spinach and artichoke and mix well to break down the artichoke.

5. Mix with the cheese and heat it in the microwave for 1 minute and serve it warm with some chips or bread of your choice.

NOTE: If you have a very salty chips reduce the amount of salt in the dip else it can be very salty to taste.


5 comments:

  1. Thats something unheard by me..but i loved the blending of cheesy flavours,and i guess this could be some nice way to feed greens to kids too,coz cheese and greens make a gr8 combo for them.

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  2. Sounds delicious. Now I just need to go find artichokes

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  3. wow, the dip looks so delicious. Never tried this dip at home. Thanks for the easy recipe.

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  4. well, i am one of those rare specimens who are not very fond of artichokes :) but my hubby loves it. spinach and low fat cheese is a lovely touch

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