Recipe by MESHEL
"This amazing Asiago dip is always the hit of the night! It has four ingredients and takes only five minutes to prepare. Make sure you bring the recipe wherever the dip goes! Serve with pumpernickel bread."
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grated Asiago cheese
1 (6.5 ounce) jar
marinated artichoke hearts, drained and chopped
This recipe was great! I did tweek it a bit and followed some others advice. I only used half a cup of mayo, not one full cup. I also could not find grated asiago at my store, so I bought Kraft grated three cheeses with parmasean, romano, and asiago. It turned out great, there was no mayo taste at all. It actually ended up tasting like the Olive Garden alfredo dipping sauce, everyone loved it! Plus it's sooo easy to make and quick!
Sorry, but I think one star is a VERY generous rating for this recipe. The mayo totally overpowered any other flavor.
Good flavor. Used canned artichoke hearts, drained them, and pulsed a few times in the food processor. Added 1/4 tsp garlic salt and 1 tsp parsley for more flavor and color, although the cheese gives it the great flavor. Also I baked it at 350 degrees for about 25 minutes (don't own a microwave). I would serve this to company and will definitely make again!
Just came home from a party. People raved! I added a little extra garlic. Really easy. Really good. I'll be handing out the recipe at work!
Yum...I love this recipe! But, I did tweak the ingredients a little. I added a bit more cheese and a bit less mayo. Also, in addition to the marinated artichokes, I added some brined artichokes. I loved that I didn't need an oven for this dip...I was able to bring it to a potluck and heat it up in our office's microwave.
Different. The cheese flavor was a bit strong but had several compliments. I may use sour cream instead of mayo next time for a softer flavor.
GREAT RECIPE & EXACTLY LIKE ONE I HAD PURCHASED AT OUR LOCAL FRUIT & MEAT MARKET. HOWEVER, THE 1ST TIME I MADE IT I DIDN'T FINISH READING THE DIRECTIONS & NEVER BAKED IT. BUT IT WAS STILL FABULOUS. OUR LARGE FAMILY DEVOURS IT WHEN WE BRING IT TO GATHERINGS & WE DON'T BAKE IT. WAY TO OILY THAT WAY. TRY IT COLD! AND I ADD AN EXTRA CLOVE OF GARLIC. THANKS DENNY!!
Tastes like mayonaisse. I tried to save it by adding some extra cheese and putting it under the broiler for a few minutes. Even my "garbage guts" husband who thinks I know how to cook said "I'm not that crazy about it" in a polite way.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Denny's Amazing Five Minute Asiago Dip
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 242
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