Drema Bryant Recipe

Drema's Spinach Dip

By Drema Bryant atthehopchick


Rating:
Serves:
10-12
Prep Time:
Comments:

Probably an old time fave of many but thought I would share and post anyway.

I sometimes forget about different recipes's that I love so this helps me rem some I want to make soon!

This is about the only time I can say "I love spinach"! LOL

Ingredients

1 pkg
hidden valley ranch, dry
2 c
siour cream
1 pkg
spinach, frozen, thawed, cooked and drained, chopped & squeezed
1/4 c
onion, chopped fine
1/4 tsp
oregano
1/4 tsp
basil
1/4 tsp
garlic salt

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Thaw frozen spinach or drop frozen into sauce pan with about 2 cups boiling water. Blanch or cook for about 10 minutes. Drain liquid.
2
In small bowl place cooked spinach. Using hands, squeeze and wring out all remaining juice from the spinach. Place in a large mixing bowl. Chop with hand chopper very fine or you can use food processor.
3
Combine all other ingredients stirring or mixing well.

Chill minimum of 1 hour before serving.

Serving idea: Scoop out most of the middle of a rounded fresh bread. Hawaii Sweet bread is our fave. At serving time scoop all of spinach dip into center of bread. Can serve with more bread pieces or a good cracker.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Dips
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy
Hashtag: #spinach

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4 Comments

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Drema Bryant atthehopchick
Dec 4, 2011
Yea you usually go to functions and everyone has it - but I itend to forget about things I make so I hope you enjoy!
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nancy casey shutupandeat
Dec 3, 2011
Thanks for the correction Onion Breath...just kidding, just kidding!!! (No offense) It sounds really goooood and I will try it...and thanks for sharing it.
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Drema Bryant atthehopchick
Dec 3, 2011
thanks ooops - yes 1/4 lol -
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nancy casey shutupandeat
Dec 3, 2011
Would really like to try this dip recipe.....but it calls for 6 & 1/4 cups finely chopped onion...WOW, that's over a quart and a half. Maybe it's only a quarter cup...think I'll just do it to taste.