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LBI2SXM
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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: Anonymous]
      #1190551 - 08/09/10 12:59 PM (68.38.36.157)

Carol, You mentioned cold shrimp, as in the cocktail recipe? I have always loved shrimp cocktail until I tried Barefoot Contessas roasted shrimp version. She bakes cleaned shrimp drizzled in extra virgin olive oil, S & P, and bakes it for 8 to 10 min. at 400 degrees, lets it cool to room temperature. Serve with cocktail sauce. It's really great, no more boiled shrimp for me. The taste far surpasses the boiled version!

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: LBI2SXM]
      #1190558 - 08/09/10 01:25 PM (71.100.191.226)

I was going to just buy pre cooked shrimp and serve with cocktail sauce. That recipe sure sounds great though! Ina is really a great cook! May have to try that out!

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: Anonymous]
      #1190562 - 08/09/10 01:30 PM (71.100.191.226)

Wow, thanks for that link! I think I'll have to have more than one party, to try out all these recipes...

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1190617 - 08/09/10 03:42 PM (75.176.35.55)

BLT TARTLETS


Loaf of white or wheat bread (your choice)
Pre-cooked bacon
lettuce (finely chopped)
tomatoes (chopped)
mayo with pesto added for a little flavor

Make shells by cutting crusts off bread, cut with round cookie cutter and press into mini muffin pan. (may refrigerate a day or two)

Day of the event, spoon mayo mix into cups. Top with lettuce, tomato and bacon.

Pretty and easy. I have used bacon bits from a jar just to make it easy.


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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: judyinnc]
      #1190664 - 08/09/10 05:11 PM (205.188.116.77)

Quote:

judyinnc said:
BLT TARTLETS


Loaf of white or wheat bread (your choice)
Pre-cooked bacon
lettuce (finely chopped)
tomatoes (chopped)
mayo with pesto added for a little flavor

Make shells by cutting crusts off bread, cut with round cookie cutter and press into mini muffin pan. (may refrigerate a day or two)

Day of the event, spoon mayo mix into cups. Top with lettuce, tomato and bacon.

Pretty and easy. I have used bacon bits from a jar just to make it easy.




Should be vg, but not quite sure of the method...
Do you bake the bread to form shells? If not, how do you remove the cups from the mini muffin pan so they keep their shape? Do you fill the shells in the mini muffin tin?

Thanks for clarifying.


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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: LBI2SXM]
      #1190751 - 08/09/10 08:14 PM (67.244.66.57)

i've made ina's shrimp cocktail recipe many times; it's a keeper for sure. her cocktail sauce recipe compliments it well, and as usual, recipe is simple and delicious.

carol, are you looking for other suggestions for your openhouse? meatballs, tea sandwiches, puff pastry filled with veg or filling of choice, bocconcini/cherry tomato/basil skewer, stuffed mushrooms, .... some finger foods that come to mind.


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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: caribbeanscout]
      #1190753 - 08/09/10 08:18 PM (108.97.56.203)

Definitely still looking for suggestions! Probably going to do a baked brie in puff pastry, for sure. What suggestions would you have for a filling for puff pastry otherwise? This is an office open house, pretty much a stand up cocktail affair.

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1190768 - 08/09/10 09:20 PM (69.250.12.49)

September is great for seasonal foods.

You're at the end of tomato season, so slice tomatoes about 1/4" rounds and sprinkle with feta. Fine raw or broil for a couple of minutes. If you go the broil route you can do it early in the day and serve later at room temperature.

Cut cucumbers into eights (twice lengthwise, once in half) and seed. Fill with a simple dill yogurt sauce (dill, salt, white pepper stirred into Greek yogurt).

Jalapeno poppers - nearly any recipe and you can share an oven with your artichoke dip.

Veggie tray, again with seasonal veg, that has celery, carrots, pole beans, and sweet peppers and a sour cream based dip.

Deviled eggs.

Late the day before or early on the day slice French or Italian bread thinly and toast under a broiler with a little olive oil and pepper - makes a nice structure for dips that is much more elegant than chips.

Bowls of M&M peanuts are amazingly popular.

Hummus. Paprika sprinkled on the top is always very pretty, and a small pile of olive slices in the center is lovely.

Roast squash puree served in the hull of the squash is great and easy.

If you have a senior person who is into it, a small station to make crepes with choices of jams is a hit and gives the chance for everyone to chat briefly with the senior person and then move along. If you're dealing with customers it works great - humanizing and good leverage at once. You can make up the batter a week ahead and anyone can make a crepe.

Cold poached salmon with red onion.

September is getting into cabbage season, so you can do a wrap with ground pork, onion, pepper, and tomato. Cook the filling ahead and roll the wraps the day before. Microwave in batches and serve warm.

Pickled cocktail onions and green olives.

I'm hungry now - I'm going to go cook.

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dave

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: Auspicious]
      #1190772 - 08/09/10 09:35 PM (108.97.56.203)

Thanks! Lots of neat ideas there!

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Re: Recipe for hot artichoke dip? [Re: BillandElaine]
      #1190779 - 08/09/10 09:53 PM (99.241.38.62)

We often do bacon wrapped scallops the same way. Very tasy!
A nice seafood or vegetable dip served in a breadbowl is delicious and very easy for an office party too.

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