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EZ Spinach Dip Recipe

March 27, 2012

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EZ Spinach Dip

  1. 10 oz frozen spinach-Thawed
  2. 1/2 cup green onion(use tops only)
  3.  1/2 teaspoon salt
  4. 1/1 teaspoon pepper
  5. 1 cup mayonnaise
  6. 1/2 cup sour cream (optional)
  7. 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  8. pinch red pepper flakes
  9. salt and pepper to taste

Squeeze all juice out of thawed spinach.Mix with remaining ingredients. Serve with fresh vegetable or pita bread chips.
This should be prepare 5-6 hours in advance

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17 Comments
  1. OMg i LOOOOOVE spinach dip! thanks!

  2. I’ve never had spinach dip before, but I love pitta and I’m always looking out for new accompanying dips!

  3. Great low carb dip!

  4. Thank you for stopping by my blog. This sounds like a delicious spinach dip and I will definitely give it a try. Thanks!

  5. Love this recipe, but will probably use arugula which is growin like a week in my garden. Let you know how it turns out.

    • This is a good idea but be careful, Arugula can change color and my become bitter.
      Good luck!
      EZ

      • Thanks for the advice. I only ever eat it raw and usually the day I pick it. An Asian friend tells me it’s good cooked so I have been thinking about trying it in green gnocchi. As to the Spinach Dip, I will definitely start with a small portion and see how it turns out.

      • Great
        I love arugula
        let me know how turns out.

      • The arugula dip came out fine but can’t be sure how stable it is, it was gone in 2 days. Like most cooks, I altered the recipe. I cut back on salt and Mayonnase and substituted Dijoin for about half the mayo. http://coffeepotcooking.wordpress.com/2012/04/15/arugula-party-dip/

  6. just4littlekickers permalink

    Looks yummy!

  7. We love party dip, and spinch/artichoke is one of our FAV’s… thanks for sharing

  8. Love how you are encouraging people to get in the kitchen in cook, even if they never have before! So important! I believe everyone can cook, even people that swear they can’t – they just have to give it a try! Thanks for stopping by blog and post about Hawaii and Portuguese sausage.

  9. Thanks for the comment on my blog. Your Spinach Dip looks mouth-watering for sure. I want to make it for myself.

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