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How to make layered sun dried tomato and artichoke spread

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[♪ upbeat music ♪] howdini - get yourself a guru Hi, I'm Nikki at the Kraft kitchens. Ritz crackers bring out the best in everything, especially on layered sun dried tomato and artichoke spread made with Philadelphia cream cheese. This is a stacked version of the traditional artichoke dip and it's a lot of fun to make. I'm going to cut chilled Philadelphia cream cheese into 3 horizontal slices using--get this-- unwaxed, unflavored, dental floss. Here's how you do it. Wrap a piece of dental floss around the bottom third of the cream cheese, overlapping the ends. Pull the ends of the floss steadily to cut through the cream cheese. Then repeat to make the total of 3 slices. Next, place one slice of cream cheese on a large sheet of plastic wrap. Now, top your cream cheese with finely chopped well-drained sun dried tomatoes in oil. For the second layer, we'll need to first combine chopped, drained canned artichoke hearts with pesto. Mix everything with your rubber spatula. Then top it with your next slice of cream cheese. Now, place your mixture on top of your cream cheese. Then top it with your final slice. Place it directly over your artichoke and pesto. Now, I need to lightly press chopped Planters smoked almonds and parsley on top. Spread it out to the edges. Now, I'm going to cover my cream cheese layer with plastic wrap and refrigerate it for about 1 hour. You can make this spread ahead of time, and it can be stored in the frig for up to 24 hours. For the best flavor and easier spreading, just remove your spread from the refrigerator about 30 minutes before you serve it. This is so easy to prepare. Be sure to serve this with our buttery, crisp Ritz crackers, Wheat Thins, or Triscuit crackers. howdini - [♪ chimes ♪]

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Duration: 1 minute and 56 seconds
Country: United States
Language: English
License: All rights reserved
Producer: Howdini
Views: 84
Posted by: howdini on Sep 16, 2010

Nikki Shaw from the Kraft Kitchens shares a creative recipe that's an elegant spin on traditional artichoke dip. Instead of blending all of the ingredients together, each flavor is layered between a smooth layer of cream cheese. Layered Sundried Tomato and Artichoke Spread is sure to become a new classic in your appetizer repertoire.

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