Baked Artichoke Dip

Today at work we are having a "Goodbye Membership" potluck. I've mentioned how our department is closing so the first wave of people are going to the other department next week, hence the potluck. I decided to make Baked Artichoke Dip. It's super duper easy and you can make as much or as little as you want. I decided I would share with all you lovelies!
This recipe is for a normal serving but I doubled everything since there are almost 200 people in our department!

1 (14 oz.) can of artichoke hearts, Drained and chopped. (You can apparently substitute hearts of palm instead but I have never done that.)
1 cup grated parmesan cheese
3/4 cup mayonnaise
1 garlic clove, minced
1/4 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1/8 tsp hot sauce

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Get all your ingredients together.

I buy the artichoke hearts already quartered but I think they are still a bit too big so after I drain them, I chop them all in half too. I also use real garlic cloves and chopped those bad boys up too.

Combine all the ingredients together in a casserole dish.

*Tip* After mixing everything together, there is bound to be mayo and what not all on the edges of your dish. Wipe it off now. If you don't it will bake on and just kind of look gross.

Bake for 20 mintues at 350 degrees.

Serve with tortilla chips or some bread and enjoy!



Sarah said...

Oh my goodness, that looks SO yummy. There's a veggie restaurant downtown that serves and artichoke and asiago dip that I LOVE. I would imagine it tastes very similar to this. :)

Thanks for sharing!

Amy said...

Oh I am TOTALLY putting this on my list of things to make!!!

Jami said...

As a collector of Pyrex I'm super stoked when I see people (about) my age using it! The dip looks yummy too!

Jamie said...

It is soo yummy and so easy! Everytime I make it I have to give at least one person the recipe!

The pyrex is actually a hand me down from my Mom, I have two smaller bowls from the same Crazy Daisy set and a giant pink cinderella bowl with the Gooseberry design. I just recently thirfted a cute little Americana dish too. I <3 Pyrex!

Anonymous said...

It looks like something I could make, and it looks good, but I can't imagine what that would taste like. Haven't eaten artichokes before. How would you describe the taste?

Jamie said...

Hmm....I don't know how I could describe an artichoke taste! They're not a strong flavor, the dip is kind of salty but I think that's because of the cheese.
It's really good though, I promise!