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Can I microwave artichokes?

Cooking Artichokes-Microwave

1. Stand the artichokes in a microwaveable baking dish, squirt them with lemon juice, and add 3 inches of water.
2. Cover tightly with plastic wrap and microwave on high for 4 minutes.
3. Turn the dish around halfway, and microwave on high again, for another 4 minutes. If they are not tender yet, turn the dish halfway again and repeat at 1-minute intervals until you can pierce the bottoms easily with a paring knife.

How do you french fry artichoke hearts?

French Fried Artichoke Hearts

If frozen, thaw a dozen small artichokes, cut in halves or quarters, and remove chokes. Dip in batter of one egg, ¼ teaspoon of baking powder, and salt and pepper to taste. Cook in deep oil at 370 degrees for 2-3 mins. Drain on paper towels.

Can I freeze artichokes?

Freezing Artichokes

To freeze artichokes, wash and trim off top and thorny parts. Blanch in a mixture of ½ cup lemon juice to 2 quarts water. Cook 3 to 5 minutes for small artichokes, or 10 mins. for medium sized artichokes. Drain, chill, package and freeze.

What is a good dipping sauce for artichokes?

Sauces For Dipping Artichokes

Some sauces that make great dips for boiled or chilled large artichokes are, hollandaise, bernaise, curry seasoned mayonnaise, or hot melted butter and lemon juice.

Does artichoke change the taste of food or wine?

Wine Lovers Beware

Artichokes distort the flavor of other foods making everything taste a little sweeter. So if you're planning a dinner to showcase a favorite wine, don't serve artichokes.

Are artichokes nutritious?


Large globes are ideal for stuffing. Artichokes are low in calories & 10-50 calories per medium globe, and a great source for calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and sodium.

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