Houston’s Artichoke Dip

Houston’s Artichoke Dip is known for great quality and fantastic taste.  This is perfect for a party or a small gathering.

 
Houston's Artichoke Dip

Houston’s Artichoke Dip

Houston's Artichoke Dip

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  • Recipe Type: Appetizer Recipes, CopyKat Recipes, CopyKat Restaurant Recipes, Dips/Sauces, Snack Recipes
  • Prep time:10 minutes
  • Cook time:25 minutes
  • Serves: 6
Houston's Artichoke Dip

You can make delicious Houston's Artichoke Dip at home, it is so easy to do.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup grated romano cheese
  • 1 large clove garlic
  • 1 (10 ounce) package frozen chopped spinach, thawed, firmly squeezed to remove moisture
  • 1 (6-1/4 ounce) jar artichoke hearts, drained, patted dry
  • 1 (8 ounce) container of soft garlic-chive cream cheese
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 cup shredded mozzarella or Italian mix cheese
  • Tortilla chips, sour cream, salsa
  • 1/2 cup grated Romano cheese1 large clove garlic1 (10 ounces) package frozen chopped spinach, thawed, firmly squeezed to remove moisture
  • 1 (6-1/4 ounce) jar artichoke hearts, drained, patted dry
  • 1 (8 ounce) container of soft garlic-chive cream cheese
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 cup shredded mozzarella or Italian mix cheese Tortilla chips, sour cream, salsa

Instructions

Preheat oven to 375 F. Put Romano cheese in a food processor with metal blade. Turn motor on and drop garlic through feed tube to mince. Stop machine and add spinach, artichokes, cream cheese and eggs. Process until thoroughly blended; turn into medium bowl. Fold in mozzarella.

Transfer to a 2 to 3 cup baking dish; bake until heated through, 20-25 minutes. Serve hot with tortilla chips, sour cream and salsa. Makes 16 servings. Make sure you serve with Picante sauce and sour cream.

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  • Harley Hottie 13

    Your video doesn’t match the ingredients listed in text–(ie-eggs, garlic-chive cream cheese etc.) Also the written text ingredients list is repeated twice in the list. You also post a “Houston’s Artichoke **Spinach Dip” recipe on another page, which matches this video (http://www.copykat.com/2009/03/29/houstons-artichoke-spinach-dip/) where as this recipe is called only “Houston’s Artichoke Dip” (but does however contain spinach in the ingredients). Since it seems you have used the other artichoke/spinach dip recipe in the video as well as in the book, should I assume that this is a refined version of Houston’s dip recipe and your “preferred” version?

    Perhaps you might either create a new video to match the actual ingredients listed, or delete this video completely from this version, to avoid confusion; If the other version using half & half is your preferred version after some recipe revisions, maybe just delete this one all-together? I am curious however, which version’s ingredients you do prefer. Thanks for all of your hard work! I have bookmarked, shared and made many of the recipes you’ve shared. If your site was an actual cookbook, it would probably be dog-eared!

  • Jill

    Why is the video different from the recipe?

    • Stephanie Manley

      I believe I used the recipe that I put in the book.

  • Menehune777

    How do I know how much orf each ingredient is needed?

  • http://40somethingmommy.com Liz Nelson

    Okay this is wonderful! I made this for my parents 50th anniversary party! Everyone loved it!