A hot, easy-to-make dip that always draws requests for the recipe. Any flavors of diced tomatoes with green chilies can be used to vary the flavor and spiciness. I usually use one Milder and one Mexican so everyone can enjoy.
A classic appetizer made in just minutes in the Instant Pot®. This has all of the creamy and cheesy goodness you’d expect in a spinach dip without the hassle.
I first tasted this variation of the regular artichoke spinach dip at a local restaurant and have been trying to perfect it for over a year. I’ve finally done it and would like to share it with you.
This dip was the result of endless combinations to try to come up with some dip that I didn’t have to cook for work. Serve immediately or it is even better if you leave it in the refrigerator overnight. Store in nonmetallic air-tight container. The only kitchen utensil you need is a food processor. Best with pita chips, crostini, or some kind of chip with less salt.
Tangy and delicious, this dip is always a hit with our guests, and no one ever suspects that we saved them quite a few calories. Serve with tortilla chips, pita chips, crackers, or toasted french bread. Well complemented by red wine.
This rich and cheesy hot artichoke and spinach appetizer offers a flavor surprise: the mild heat of chopped fresh jalapeno! Goes great with sliced French bread!
This recipe for curried spinach dip is very easy to make. If you like North Indian cuisine, you will really like this dish as it uses many of the classic Indian spices like turmeric, cumin, and curry powder. Serve with pita chips.
Serve with dippers. Keeps well, tightly covered, in the fridge for 1 to 3 days.
This is my new twist on hummus. We love spinach artichoke dip and hummus so I tried to make a more delicious spinach artichoke dip by adding it to hummus. I served with homemade pita chips.
A cheesy and creamy hot dip best served in a bread bowl or spread on toasted bread.