With Parmesan and Swiss cheese and loads of artichoke, this easy and classic dip is big enough to feed a crowd at your next big game day party. What to buy: Be sure to use good-quality cheese for this recipe. Avoid buying the pre-grated kind; it won’t offer much flavor.... Read More
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It's vegetables, so it's all good. And it's hot, so consider this a nice hot meal. You'll want to eat enough of this savory classic hot dip that you feel as full as if you ate a meal. Breaking tradition, this recipe asks for Gruyère cheese and crunchy Japanese-style Panko breadcrumbs, which have a lighter, more airy crunch to them. This updated version requires flour because it helps keep the dip components from separating after it cools down. You don't want that to happen.