There's a restaurant a friend of mine gravitates towards because of a dish called "The Bubbler". It's a hot spinach-artichoke dip served with pita, and last time I tasted it I thought to myself, "this can't be that hard to make, instead of paying eight bucks for it"...
So here is the Bubbler. This is a party-size recipe and can expect to cover a dozen or more people at the "dab on a plate with chips" size serving. These ingredients are all "to taste". Personally I like to overload it with spinach, but your mileage may vary.
16 oz cream cheese (or neufchatel)
2 cups of milk
1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
1 cup frozen spinach
1 cup coarse-chopped frozen or bottled artichoke hearts
Heat the cream cheese and milk in the microwave at one-minute intervals, stirring between, until softened.
Use a whisk or fork to whip the cream cheese and milk together until smooth
Add the rest of the ingredients and stir together
Heat again at 1 minute intervals, stirring between, until hot.
Serve with pita triangles or corn chips.
(Note: you could jazz this up a bit with pine nuts, red peppers and/or sun-dried tomatoes)
There you are: probably the least complicated recipe I've ever posted here! :-)
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