"This hot dip is simple and wonderful! Lump crabmeat is folded into a creamy artichoke mixture. Serve with crackers or warm bread slices." — Ashley
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2 (8 ounce) packages
cream cheese, softened
1 (14 ounce) can
artichoke hearts in water, drained
Old Bay ™ Seasoning
fresh crabmeat, picked over for cartilage and shell fragments
Recipe was a good foundation, and then I added extra lump crab meat, some well cooked bacon bits, parsley, the juice of one whole lemon and a handful of both mozzarella and cheddar cheese. I served the dip with sea salt bagel chips. It was a huge hit!
This was easy.but I found it bland. It was better on the bread.
Oh my god. This is the best crab dip ever. I used the imitation crabmeat and it is wonderful. I took it to work one day and everybody loved it. My boyfriend keeps asking me to make it like every other day. DELICIOUS !!
I fixed this crab spread for Christmas eve as an appetizer & it was great, servered it on crackers. I used fresh crab claw, called Phillips crab found in refrigerated section of seafood department. Not cheap, about $8.00 but worth it & I only used half as I was making this for only 2 people but still had leftovers that warmed great in the microwave. Will definately serve this again.
Wonderful recipe! I used canned crab meat and it was great! Using a mixer was kinda messy though. Next time I will try to just "blend it well". Was a hit at Thanksgiving! Even my mother-in-law loved it! And the little bit that was left over tasted great the next day! I just reheated it in the microwave. DEFINITELY a keeper!! Sharon
I made this for my yearly 4th of July party! I didn't find Old Bay Seasoning but added Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning and some garlic and extra crab. It gave it a little kick and was a huge hit at the party!!!
I took this to a family holiday gathering and it went over wonderfully! Very good dip with crackers or sourdough bread triangles. I used canned crab, but think it would be better with fresh.
This was a huge hit at a party; I used backfin crabmeat which costs a lot but was worth it; I also used the smallest artichoke hearts available (in a can). The dish was elegant; I used a fancy pie plate and toasted pita chips (found at the supermarket) for the dipping "utensils", garlic or plain bagel chips would also do well.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Artichoke Crab Dip
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 60
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