Every Southerner knows the power of a good dip. A really, really good dip? That’s our one-way ticket to hostess heaven. To deserve the name, a dip typically needs to be creamy, cheesy, and—for extra points—super melty. Listen up: This recipe is one of those really, really good dips. Spinach dip is a party classic, and Southerners can tell the best from the rest. In this Spinach-Artichoke Dip recipe, you’ll find the perfect balance between artichokes, spinach, cream cheese, mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese, and panko. Using frozen artichokes instead of canned or jarred ones makes sure you’re getting the best flavor, especially since this recipe is artichoke-heavy. (Too much of the canned stuff can end up tasting…formaldehyde-like.) Test Kitchen Tip: Use a wooden spoon or your hands to mix together the ingredients in order to fully incorporate the cream cheese. After baking, serve with pita chips and vegetables for dipping. We recommend leftovers be spooned over a baked potato, stuffed inside of a chicken breast, or used as a pizza topping!
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