Top Rated Artichoke Recipes

Stuffed Artichokes
These stuffed artichokes really stand out when the main course is on the simple side; marinated and grilled veal chops, for example. Use moderately-sized artichokes because the jumbo ones take forever to cook and won’t fit in the average home kitchen stockpot. — Rick Rodgers, The Big Book of Sides Click Here to See More Side Dishes
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Stuffed Artichokes
"As kids, we always loved these. They were something that we had on holidays, especially Easter. All our aunts and our moms and our grandmother made ’em exactly the same way—stuffed with bread crumbs and grated cheese, and sometimes with pignoli nuts to make ’em a little fancier. They took a long time to make and called for a good amount of prep, but for special occasions, it was really worth it. So worth it that we named our pizzeria after the things. In the beginning, we wouldn’t even open the doors to the store if the stuffed artichokes weren’t ready and on the counter. After all, the name of the place is “Artichoke”—how could we not have the best stuffed artichokes in the city? We needed at least two big trays’ worth because they went so fast. No one had ever sold ’em like that before, like fast food, and people went nuts for ’em. No kidding!" - Francis Garcia and Salvatore Basille, authors of Staten Italy
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A traditional Provençal dish, this recipe braises artichoke hearts up until the point of perfect tenderness. Garnishes like crunchy radishes and fresh herbs add textured and bright finish. 
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This recipe will transport you to the streets of Rome, where artichokes dominate menus and their tender hearts are fried to perfection. The only thing that makes them better is the pea pesto aioli paired with them for dipping. 
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Balsamic Roasted Artichokes
This simple recipe lets the flavors of the artichokes shine through, while also showcasing the sweet tang of high-quality balsamic vinegar. It would make a delicious side dish for any summer meal.  See all roasted vegetable recipes. Click here to see 9 Amazing Artichoke Recipes.
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Garlic Roasted Artichokes
I've always steamed artichokes, so I wrote this recipe in an attempt to get a deeper, richer flavor from roasting. While a delicious accompaniment to the artichoke, the mozzarella gets a bit tough, so be warned that you'll have to tear off pieces of it as you go. See all recipes with mozzarella. Click here to see 9 Amazing Artichoke Recipes.
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I love this recipe because it comes across as this really impressive, elegant dish, but is so easy to make. It's the sauce that does it. Every step of the recipe is why it's so good, from flouring the chicken, frying it, and deglazing with white wine to the main event: artichokes. Feel free to play around with the ingredients as you please, though (mushrooms for artichokes, red wine for white), but always make the sauce in the same pan that you cooked the floured chicken. 
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Grilled Artichokes
My goodness, this recipe is delicious! It’s ridiculously simple, and most surely worth cooking several days in a row. It’s time to use your grill for more than burgers. Say hello to some tasty healthy grilled artichokes! The artichokes are steamed first, so that they are nice and tender, then put on the grill to get a touch of smoke flavor and some charred grill lines. The cavities are filled with butter and lemon, which permeates throughout the artichoke petals so that each bite is perfectly "dipped" in lemon butter. Awesome. Click here to see In Season: Artichokes.
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Artichokes are that one vegetable that everyone goes crazy over, because they look hard to make but they’re really not (shh). Want to make everyone go even crazier? Stuff the artichokes with cheese and sprinkle them with bacon. They’re like plump Christmas trees fresh after a first snow. 
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Slow-Cooker Stuffed Artichoke
These artichokes are cleaned and trimmed, and then the artichokes are stuffed with a mixture of breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese. Finally, slowly cook the artichokes until tender and serve.For more great recipes like this one, visit Guiding Stars.
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I am not sure if Artichoke Francaise is a an appetizer or main course! I just ate two of them as an appetizer while making dinner. Give this recipe a try and you can substitute flours to make this a paleo recipe or gluten-free. Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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Artichokes used to make this spread help the liver metabolize fat, flush the gall bladder, and cleanse the palate of excess mucus. The lemon used in the recipe awakens the pungent flavor in the body, detoxifies the lymphatic system, and provides vitamin C. Lastly, the olive oil is an anti-inflammatory that is rich in vitamin E and monounsaturated fats, which enhance colon health. 
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