Hot Feta, Artichoke and Roasted Red Pepper Dip Recipe
You will love the extra kick that the feta and red peppers gave to classic artichoke dip. Serve with crackers, bagel chips, pita chips, or whatever you prefer.
This almost one-dish appetizer is cooked and kept warm in a slow cooker so your guests can enjoy it for hours to come!
Parmesan and feta cheeses are play partners with artichoke hearts, pimiento, and fresh garlic in a creamy dip that's sure to be a favorite at parties and family dinners.
I baked it for a little longer and it was so good! We couldn't stop eating it! I also exchanged the mayo for sour cream, and used half feta and half shredded mozz cheese and it was so creamy and cheesy, a perfect combination.
This was really yummy! I halved the recipe and added a clove of garlic, and ground pepper. I also added some monterey jack cheese as I had some that I needed to use up. This dip looked great, and it would look like a great Christmas-style dip if spinach was added. Personally, I would add a little less feta and more stringy cheese next time, but if you're a feta lover, go ahead and make this recipe as is. You won't be disappointed! UPDATE: Since I made this one for myself I wasn't able to eat the whole thing. I put the leftovers in the fridge and re-heated them the next day or two. It actually tasted better. Next time I make it, I'll assemble the ingredients and let it sit together for a couple of days. Awesome recipe.
I was unable to find the peppers, so i finely chopped some jalapenos, rather than all of the feta, i added 1/2 cup blue cheese crumbles...very very good. Next time, though, I will be more careful to get all water out of artichoke hearts to avoid a runny dip. Will make again!
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