I had my friends over for dinner and one of the things I made was whole artichokes. It was kind of amusing, realizing these friends had never eaten a whole artichoke before. I had stuffed them with garlic and parmesan, and the first thing one of them said was “I know these are...
The first time I tasted artichokes was at the age of ten at a friend's house. It was the first time I had slept over at her house. Her parents had a small organic garden in their backyard, and grew a bunch of different vegetables, including artichokes.
Here is easy and yummy artichokes recipy..
*2 Artichoke hearts
*2 clove garlic (chopped)
*2 table spoons caperns
*mozarella and parmesan cheese
Boiled artichoke hearts in a cup of water till they are smooth a little bit.
Put the boiled artichoke hearts on the oven tray. Add...
Lately, I've been finding better ones at the market than I have in a long while! i love them!
Hubby isn't a fan, so I save them up for nights when Hubby is at school or has eaten at work.
I don't even need the melted butter for the leaves. Straight from the...
...which I can never ever ever ever find at a restaurant. I clean the artichokes & snip off the stabbie parts, drizzle em with olive oil; make a mix of Italian Seasoned breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, salt & pepper & try to get some of this stuff...
I have two ways doing artichokes:
1) Add breadcrumbs in each leaf.
2) Add minced meat in each leaf.
Boil - bake in oven
I usually accompany the artichokes with potatoes on the side.
I don't eat the heart, I don't like the taste of it.