-Fold together all ingredients, except bread.
-Spoon mixture into a hollowed-out loaf of bread.
-Dip the pieces of bread taken from the center of the
loaf into dip.
Notes: I served this on the
buffet of my Hawaiian Luau Wedding dinner and there was
nothing left but bread crumbs; everyone loved it! If
you're making it in advance like I did, prepare the dip
and store it in a covered bowl or plastic zipper bag.
Hollow out the bread and store the bread bowl and bread
chunks in the original bread bag. When you're ready to
serve, just scoop the dip into the bread bowl.
dry vegetable soup mix has gotten so expensive I
tried it with a ranch dressing mix & it was
just as good, you just don't have the vegetable
spinach Dip is awesome. I didn't use the nuts
seeming I am allergic but even still it was a
winner. I was looking for one like my Nanna use
to make and I found it. Thanks Everyone should
some grated Romano cheese to this gives it a
different full flavor that complements the
spinach. Crumbled bacon or some browned country
ham shreds are also options to bring a variation
to this dip (and make yours unique).
great, a big hit at our office super bowl
We use a
round pumpernickel loaf, and in addition to using
the torn pieces of bread from the centre of the
loaf, we slice pumpernickel bagels into
"little coins" that are perfect for
dipping. This is always a favorite.
make the spinach dip I use about half of the
water chestnuts, but also add a finely chopped
red onion. it's always a hit.
I used the
leek soup mix, left out the water chestnuts, but
added a box of frozen artichoke hearts chopped
possibility for dipping is pita bread. Take the
pita bread and cut into 8 sections (like a
pizza), separate the halves and put them on a
baking tray, single layer, brushed with a bit of
olive oil (optional) and bake at 350F for approx
5-10 minutes, until they are like tortilla chips.
Really good! They will curl slightly and they
make a really great way to eat the spinach dip! I
love doing this for my guests. Takes a bit of
time, but worth it!
I made this for a Baby
Shower the other day and it was the best I'd ever eaten. The ladies
This dip is delicious and
a big hit at parties. We use a crusty boule bread hollowed out and
add the tip in the boule. Then all the pieces you tore off are used
to dip. It goes fast.
I went strictly with your
receipt. Robert, my husband loved it. As a rule, the only other
veggies he eats: corn, green beans and of course potatoes.
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