Top Rated Artichoke Recipes

Artichoke-Burrata Toasties
This recipe is inspired by our video producer, Ali Rosen, who loves toasties, artichokes, and burrata. And who doesn't? Serve these as an appetizer or greedily save them for yourself; no one is judging. See all appetizer recipes. Click here to see 9 Amazing Artichoke Recipes.
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Vegetarian Sandwich
It's often hard to make vegetarian sandwiches feel hearty, but the savory flavors here create a warm, filling sandwich for any season. The key to this sandwich is good ingredients. Finding high-quality olives, ripe and flavorful tomatoes, and fresh bread are essential for this recipe. Click here for 8 Sweet and Savory Sandwiches. 
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4.5
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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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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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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Roasted Salmon and Artichoke Hearts
Twenty minutes seems to be the sweet spot. It’s just enough time for the artichoke hearts to soften slightly while still retaining their crunch, but not so long that the salmon dries out. Hence, a main and a side turns into a one-pan meal. If, however, you prefer your artichokes on the softer side, feel free to blanch them first. See all salmon recipes. Click here to see 9 Amazing Artichoke Recipes.
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This dish is ideal for any Super Bowl party as it’s very versatile. It can be served either hot or cold, making it my go-to dish to bring whenever gathering with friends. The trick is that I use fresh crab, which makes a big difference in the taste.
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Artichoke and Mushroom Frittata
The crisp, clean flavor of artichokes shine through in this delicious egg dish. The trick to turning an artichoke is to make sure you're working with a nice, sharp paring knife and to keep rubbing it with lemon to prevent it from oxidizing. Click here to see 7 Must-Try Frittata Recipes.
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Garlicky Artichoke Pizza
This pizza is simple and delicious. Resist the urge to put more veggies on it. Let the artichoke shine! OK, and the garlic I guess.
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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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Fresh and Healthy Artichoke Dip
I'm not sure when artichokes became the go-to item to put in fatty, cream-filled dips, but I believe they've gotten a bad rap. The reason artichokes became the signature item to put with creamy bases and tangy cheese is because they have a mild but delicious flavor and an easy texture for integrating into a dip. However, it doesn't have to be canned hearts and globs of mayonnaise. On the contrary, this recipe allows for fresh artichoke to meld with Greek yogurt in a light, refreshing dip that will disappear from the plate minutes after serving.Click here to see 9 Amazing Artichoke Recipes.
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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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2.5