9 Upgrades for Classic Party Dips
There’s nothing more satisfying than a classic creamy, savory artichoke dip or a nutty hummus. But you can eat those old-school appetizers anytime. This holiday season, take your dips to the next level with these nine upgrades.
With the smoky essence of the husk infused into the hot molten cheese, a generous drizzle of honey melting in, and a charred sweet corn relish, all spooned onto a hunk of crusty bread, this dip makes the perfect snack, day or night.
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This healthy, fast and supertasty version of a ranch dip features kale, labneh and buttermilk.
Fresh, crisp vegetables are the perfect accompaniment to this take on Brie en croûte.
This creamy mayonnaise and whipped cream cheese dip, seasoned with lemon juice, mustard, horseradish, and Old Bay, is inspired by Griffin Bufkin’s smoked fish dips at Southern Soul Barbeque on St. Simons Island.
For a new twist on the usual hummus or guacamole, try this delicious mash-up of the two.
Chef Farhan Momin took this Southern staple and put a twist on it by incorporating classic Indian pickling spices.
This delicious onion dip from star chef Tyler Florence uses the whole onion—no waste involved.
F&W’s Justin Chapple combines two favorites—Tex-Mex queso and Philly Cheesesteak—to make this crowd-pleasing dip.
9. Kamaboko Dip
Somewhere between a dip and a spread, Kamaboko Dip is an addictive fish and cream cheese appetizer smeared over crackers or bagels or dunked into with fresh crudité.