At one hour, 45 minutes, this is kind of a time-consuming dip to make. But it's a creamy decadence we can't pass up. The warm dip is made with fresh Swiss chard, roasted garlic, shallots, and fontina cheese, with a crispy topping of pine nuts and panko. There's a whole head of garlic in there, roasted until soft, golden, fragrant, and slightly sweet. Spread on crackers, slices of baguette, tortilla chips, even sweet potato chips. It will be hard to stop dipping.
The best warm dips—like crab, artichoke, and this riff made with Swiss chard and roasted garlic—have a creamy, cheesy center and a crispy coating. To make this version, sauté chard and shallots, then mix them with roasted garlic, fontina cheese, cream cheese, and a little sour cream.... Read More