Artichokes are abundant everywhere you go these days. My favorite are the ones from our local Farmer’s Market. You can taste the fresh quality and they are so much easier to cook than the store bought ones. When I first starting eating these, my roommate in college introduced me to dipping them in butter. While… Continue reading →
1. In a standing mixer combine the yeast, water, honey and 1 TBSP of the oil and let sit for 5 minutes.2. Add flour and 1/2 tsp of the salt and mix with a dough hook until dough pulls away from the sides, add small amounts of flour and/or water if necessary.3. In a large bowl add the 1 tsp of oil. Form dough into a ball and place in the bowl with the oil and flip dough around to coat. Let rise about 30 minutes.4. Heat the sausage in a pan until cooked through breaking it up into small pieces as you go.5. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Pull out a pizza pan about 16 inches in diameter.6. In a bowl combine the tomato sauce, basil, oregano, garlic and the 1/8 tsp salt.7. Turn dough onto a lightly floured counter top and form into a circle working from the middle and pressing with your fingers.8. Make the dough circle diameter about 20 inches (4 inches larger than the diameter of your pizza pan). Place the dough on the pizza pan so it overlaps the edges of the pan.9. Place the cheese strips on the dough around the edge of the pan and then sprinkle the crumbled bacon on top of the cheese strips.10. Roll the overlapping edge of the dough over the cheese and bacon and press with your fingers to seal.11. Place 4 ounces of the sauce on the pizza dough and spread evenly covering the entire pizza, crust and all.12. Top the center of the pizza with the shredded mozzarella and then top with the sausage.13. Place in the oven and bake for about 14 minutes or until crust is a golden brown.14. Serve pizza with the remaining sauce to dip your crusts in.
A pork loin recipe stuffed with spinach artichoke dip that is pan-seared then baked in the oven.
Spinach artichoke stuffed mushrooms are filled with a lighter version of the classic spinach artichoke dip.
One of our favorite dips is a hot and creamy Spinach Artichoke dip served with tortilla chips. I make it pretty often for special nights like movie night or when we have guests come to hang out. I guess I feel like since it's packed with veggies, it's semi-healthy despite all the cheese! This dish just wouldn't be the same without it's topping of Progresso Italian Bread Crumbs. They turn a so-so dish into a winner by giving it an added crumbly texture and and a taste you wouldn't believe! Try the recipe yourself the next time you need a quick and tasty dip, and don't forget to use your coupon for Progresso Bread Crumbs at Publix for a bonus discount on your meal prep!
Artichokes, cream cheese, Parmesan, crushed red pepper, and fresh garlic combined and baked until browned and bubbly.
Artichoke Dip Stuffed Grilled Turkey Rolls are a delicious and healthy two ingredient recipe perfect for this summers grilling fun!
An easy to make artichoke dip with a punch of garlic and a little crushed red pepper for heat.
Deliciously decadent Lobster Artichoke Dip is baked and served warm for an amazing appetizer! This blend of three cheeses is combined until creamy, stuffed with artichokes and plump lobster chunks, then baked to perfection!!
Creamy spinach and artichoke dip stuffed into mushroom caps and topped with Parmesan panko breadcrumbs.
A great dish for Meatless Monday! T he flavors and creamy richness of spinach-artichoke dip is transformed into a healthier main dish. Inste...
These pretzels are the most delicious thing since…since I don’t even know what. They’re crusty on the outside, soft on the inside, and filled with a decadent spinach artichoke dip that will have you saying “OMG, these are a-ma-zing!”
Spinach Artichoke Dip Stuffed Beer Steamed Mushrooms (perfect appetizer for thanksgiving or vegetarian main!) You guys, it’s here. IT. IS. HERE!! After two years of working and waiting I finally have an actual, real-life, physical copy of my book LUSH in my grubby little paws. It’s gorgeous and by far my favorite book I’ve ever…
Today's post is a fun appetizer recipe. These little rolls are stuffed with spiced Italian Sausage and brushed with garlic butter and herbs for a mini bite with a big flavor. Serve them with marinara sauce to dip and you have a hit for your next get-together! They're so easy that you'll want any excuse to make them!
Just think of it like Italian hummus, you just blend everything up, season however you like and voila, white bean dip! It's great as a dip or a spread.
The perfect party dip! This hot spinach artichoke dip is great with chips or bread, and always a favorite!
A perfectly easy Turkish meze prepared with sautéed carrots and garlic yogurt. Serve it as a salad, dip or as a side dish. Kids love it in their sandwiches too.
Tzatziki is probably one of those Greek recipes that needs no introduction! This famous dip is a creamy and refreshing mixture of thick Greek yoghurt, cucumber, garlic and olive oil. It’s enough to transport anybody back to a Greek taverna, eating some souvlaki in the sun! Even if you’ve never visited Greece, you’ve likely enjoyed tzatziki as a dip for pita bread or carrot sticks, at a sunny barbecue with friends. Now that the sun is smiling down on us and our BBQ is permanently uncovered, this is a regular side dish to any and all of our BBQ recipes, and to dip flatbreads or pitas into when our mouths are watering and we just can’t wait for everything to be cooked!
This Kale and White Bean Soup makes a great lunch, since its a quick reheat job, and with a few small additions, I’m ready to eat!
Roasted potatoes are a hit, maybe one of my favorite way to eat potatoes. I do that very often because it is easy, quick and delicious with almost everything. But the garlic dip make this common side dish really chic and classier.
Sometimes we all need an evening in front of the TV; a sofa night watching a film is sometimes the only remedy for a hard week! Whether it’s just me and my husband or the whole family snuggled up, this pull-apart garlic bread recipe is a frequently-requested film night treat. It’s also a brilliant, communal start to a big family meal or dinner party too though, so don’t relegate it entirely to movie night fare - it definitely holds its own at the dining table. The cheese-infused, buttery garlic taste of this pull-apart bread is extremely moreish, and perfect for grazing. As a dinner party starter, use it to accompany some meze or some Italian antipasti like cured meats, olives and sundried tomatoes, with the always-necessary olive oil and balsamic vinegar for mopping up. Perhaps the best pairing for it, though, is my spicy feta dip - you can thank me for that recommendation later!