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If you are anything like me you have probably never even entertained the thought of eating a whole artichoke. I mean, I’ve had them pickled before and in hot dips but never have I ever eaten an entire artichoke in all of it’s glory…until now. Folks, this recipe is seriously amazing. You take a whole artichoke, prepare it according to the recipe directions which can be found on the next page, and bake it to perfection. What comes out of the oven is a heavenly veggie that tastes like a dream come true. Who knew?
I really like making these baked artichokes as an appetizer when company is visiting. The presentation of the food looks amazing. Everyone is always impressed when I bring out baked artichokes. You can eat them with a fork or pull the leaves off one by one with your fingers. Are they called leaves? LOL You know what I mean!
So, g’head, try something new and exciting and bake up your own batch of these savory artichokes. Enjoy!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Just A Pinch.
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