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Thursday, October 26, 2006

Slow Cooker Thursday






Here is another dip recipe for those holiday parties!

Hot Artichoke Dip
2 medium leeks, thinly sliced (2/3 C)
1 Tbsp olive oil
2 14-ounce cans artichoke hearts, drained and coarsely chopped
2 C light mayonnaise dressing (do not use regular mayonnaise)
1 C chopped red sweet pepper
1 C finely shredded parmesan cheese
1 Tsp Mediterranean seasoning or lemon-pepper seasoning

Finely shredded parmesan cheese
Toasted pita wedges

1. In a large skillet cook leeks in hot olive oil over medium heat until tender. Place in slow cooker. Stir in remaining ingredients. Cover and cook on low-heat setting for 3 to 4 hrs until cheese is melted and mixture is heated through.

2. To serve, stir mixture, sprinkle with additional parmesan cheese, and keep warm on low-heat setting for up to 1 hr. Serve on toasted pita wedges.

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13 comments:

gail said...

I think I've had this before, very good! But I've never thought about doing it in the crockpot...great idea, thanks!

Sandra said...

This looks soooooo good Michelle, just perfect in time for the holidays :)

Thanks for sharing :)

Much More Than A Mom said...

Yum! If I can find leeks I might make this for my baby group nest week.

Mike said...

Hmm. I have a confession.

I have no idea what an artichoke heart is. It's in a can, right?

Next time I'm at the grocery with my wife and kids, I'll make an effort to look for them. Then, I could hold my head high as I ask them, "Do you know what an artic heart looks like?"

Happy Thursday (and Friday, too).

Mike
http://somethingaboutparenting.typepad.com/

Pamela said...

Just had my favorite Spinach dip this afternoon for lunch! :) I love Spinach/Artichoke dip! Thanks!:)

Miranda said...

Wow, this sounds great!! I think I'm adding this to my Hallows Eve menu!! I love artichoke dip!

I posted the Pumpkin spice cake recipe that goes along with the compote.

chelle said...

mmmmmmm you make the coolest stuff!

Catch said...

I am not fond of artichokes but I think I would like this!

PEA said...

Another delicious sounding dip...thank you for sharing it:-)I love making different dips around the holidays so this will be perfect!!

Kathleen Marie said...

This sounds wonderful. I have often wanted to know how you make artichoke dip. I have had it in restarants but now I can have it at home! Wonderful!

Jessica said...

Mmmmmmm, sounds good!

Tammy and Parker said...

Oh! Yum!

Angie said...

thanks for posting the recipe! I love the photos of your daughter. She looks so happy and loved!