Black-eyed Pea and Artichoke Dip - BigOven 168118

Black-eyed Pea and Artichoke Dip

Ready in 15 minutes
7 review(s) averaging 4.6. 83% would make again

Top-ranked recipe named "Black-eyed Pea and Artichoke Dip"

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This is a great dish for the New Years.

"I love this recipe! I had never seen an artichoke dip without spinach until the caterer at my wedding made one like this dip with black-eyed peas. It was such a hit at my reception that I decided to try to make it at home for New Year's. This recipe is yummy! The only modifications I made to suit my personal tastes included: sauteing the onions prior to mixing them into the dip and adding slightly more grated Parmesan cheese to the mix. The addition of the Ranch dressing mix was fabulous. One of my friends took home my printed copy of the recipe. Good stuff!"

- ebaravik

Ingredients

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2 24-oz cans Black-eyed peas; drained and rinsed (2x24 oz. cans)
2 14-oz cans Artichoke Hearts; drained and chopped (14oz. can)
2 medium Onions; finely chopped
4 tablespoon Parmesan cheese; grated
1 cup Mayonnaise
1 cup Sour cream
2 package Buttermilk Ranch Dressing Mix
2 cup Mozzarella; grated and divided

Original recipe makes 20

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Preparation

Preheat oven to 350. Mix all EXCEPT 1 cup mazzarella, pour into 9x13 baking dish, and top with remaining mozzarella. Bake until heated through and bubbly. Serve with crackers or scoop style corn chips.

(For a smaller group, this recipe can be halved and put into a 9 inch pie plate for baking.)

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It's so hard to find a unique oven-baked appetizer... this is definitely unusual and good. I always cut it in half because it makes so much. I can only find 15.5 oz cans of black-eyed peas, so I use two of them and works perfectly. It's awesome on Fritos. I put half the mozzarella in the dip and half on top. Other than that, I follow the recipe. Once I realized I didn't have any sour cream, so I increased the mayo to replace it and all was well.
Sippa 10 months ago
Made this for new years, it was awesome! Was great fresh out of the oven, was even better the next day after being refrigerated over night.
Thaddeus6320 2 years ago
Sorry to break the great reviews. I was not a fan of this one. The black eyed pease were odd in this mixture. There were people that really loved this recipe. Maybe it's just not my thing.
Buchanmi 2 years ago
I would like to add an update for this recipe. My bringing this has become such a favorite at work that multiple people now bring this to our potluck lunches. Delicious.
ebaravik 3 years ago
I usually half this recipe. I really would like the nutritional value and serving size!
Kayp 4 years ago
I love this recipe! I had never seen an artichoke dip without spinach until the caterer at my wedding made one like this dip with black-eyed peas. It was such a hit at my reception that I decided to try to make it at home for New Year's. This recipe is yummy! The only modifications I made to suit my personal tastes included: sauteing the onions prior to mixing them into the dip and adding slightly more grated Parmesan cheese to the mix. The addition of the Ranch dressing mix was fabulous. One of my friends took home my printed copy of the recipe. Good stuff!
ebaravik 4 years ago
[I posted this recipe.]
DeannaW 5 years ago
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