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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: caribbeanscout]
      #1190407 - 08/09/10 08:02 AM (108.97.56.203)

Thanks for the suggestion, but if we serve the artichoke dip, it will be baked and it would ruin the effect if we had to spoon into a crock pot? It's only going to be about two hours, so I think we will just buy a couple of disposable chafing dishes. Just chuck the whole mess when we're through!

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1190423 - 08/09/10 08:54 AM (190.102.3.29)

Bacon wrapped shrimp?

You need fairly large uncooked, cleaned shrimp. Cut bacon slices in half and wrap around the shrimp. Secure with a toothpick, place on a cookie sheet and bake in 400 oven for about 45 mins to 1 hour depending on thickness of bacon. When the bacon is done to your liking, it's done! Easy Peasy.

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: BillandElaine]
      #1190435 - 08/09/10 09:15 AM (71.100.191.226)

I will keep that in mind, although we probably are going to do bowls of cold shrimp. I've never done shrimp that way, I think I will try it and see how much work it is..

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1190472 - 08/09/10 10:31 AM (142.68.14.180)

On a cookie sheet take new small / mini size potatoes, washed but not peeled, wrap in a slice of bacon , cook at 425 for 1 hr , turning once, bacon gets crispy and potato cooked ..........VERY TASTY & easy to do, people love them and are well received , ...... enjoy

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: PChuck]
      #1190474 - 08/09/10 10:38 AM (71.100.191.226)

Wow, that sounds good!

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1190483 - 08/09/10 10:54 AM (190.102.2.14)

Yes, it does! Of course, just about anything wrapped in bacon sounds good.

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1190489 - 08/09/10 10:59 AM (137.22.14.151)

I usually add chopped spinach to my hot artichoke dip, it makes it a bit healthier--or at least that's what I like to tell myself! Just thaw and squeeze dry (really squeeze it!) frozen chopped spinach and add it in.

Another nice variation is to add cooked minced/shredded white meat chicken, to add some protein to (and reduce the fat whallop of) each serving. But, admittedly, it's less "da bomb" that way.

As for keeping it warm for a couple of hours, see if anyone has one of those 1960s era electric warming trays to set your dish on. You know, the kind that is probably orange or avocado colored...


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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1190510 - 08/09/10 11:40 AM (76.112.86.173)

Carol, here's another variation. It's always a huge hit.

Hot Seafood Artichoke Dip

1 cup Parmesan cheese
1 cup mayonnaise
1 can artichoke hearts - chopped fairly fine
1 can small salad shrimp - drained
1 can crabmeat - drained
several shots of Tabasco sauce

Mix all ingredients together. Put into a microwave safe dish and heat. What hot, sprinkle with paprika or snipped chives for garnish. Serve with crackers.

Edited by Leagle49 (08/09/10 11:41 AM)


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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: TundraCat]
      #1190514 - 08/09/10 11:46 AM (71.100.191.226)

I'm not a big fan of spinach. I have a hot spinach artichoke dip recipe that I have just made on top of the stove and it is OK, but I'm thinking the baked one for this.

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1190543 - 08/09/10 12:46 PM (98.64.219.39)

Carol,
One of my favorite food blogs:
http://www.merrygourmet.com/recipes/

Some good ideas there. Bruschetta is always good and easy to make.
And the dates with chorizo and bacon? Wow!
Cheers
irina


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