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My Favorite Holiday Side Dish!
If you are anything like me you have probably never even entertained the thought of eating artichokes.
I mean, I’ve had them pickled before and in hot dips but never have I ever an entire dish from artichokes… until now. Folks, this recipe is seriously amazing. You take a can of artichokes, prepare according to the recipe directions which can be found on the next page, and bake to perfection. What comes out of the oven is a heavenly dish that tastes like a dream come true. Who knew?
I really like making these Parmesan baked artichokes as a side dish when company is visiting. The presentation of the food looks amazing. Everyone is always impressed when I bring out this dish. And we all love that incredible, gooey cheese, don’t we?
So, g’head, try something new and exciting and bake up your own batch of these savory artichokes. Enjoy!
Recipe and image courtesy of How Sweet Eats.
USE THE RED NEXT PAGE LINK BELOW FOR THE RECIPE AND INGREDIENTS
Quick Tip: If you’d like a bit of something extra, try serving chipotle ranch dressing with these.