"This is a easy recipe. It is an old favorite of mine that I used to use as a dip. I like the use of the English muffins as the base. It gives them a nice crispy texture." — Barbara Gilhuly
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1 (14 ounce) can
artichoke hearts, drained
grated Parmesan cheese
1 (12 ounce) package
I used the filling and wrapped with phyllo dough. I was asked for the recipe numerous times and my husband ate fo many it almost made him sick, they were that good.
Tasty and easy, but presentation-wise the English muffins look a bit homespun. If you use this for guests I'd go with toast points or melbas.
I like this recipe: quick & delicious. I don't care for the muffin bottom, so I use it as a mushroom cap stuffing--very good.
this was fabulous. but i used hungry jack biscuits instead of english muffins, and i added lobster meat. very fast and quite tasty.
So easy! I served it as an appetizer on Christmas and it was consumed completely. I used imitation crab instead of real crab meat and it was fabulous.
should call this recipe "crabmeat triangles"....
i thought it called for way too much crab...the flavor was overpowering....had to throw it away.
i'd suggest if you make it as a dip, use 1/2 the amount of crab.
I took these to a Super Bowl Party and they were a hit! They were very easy to make and very tasty. I personally loved the English muffin as the base and wouldn't change a thing. Thanks for sharing.
I loved the spread, but I think I'll try using pita bread, crostini, or crackers, instead of the English muffins.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Artichoke and Crabmeat Triangles
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 468
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