Feed this to any friends that are uncertain about artichokes and their minds will be forever changed. The tender veggies are given the royal treatment, slow-cooked in a luscious bath of oil, white wine, and garlic. Lemon brings brightness and crusty bread sops up all the juice. Keep reading for the decadent recipe.
If you love using jarred or canned artichokes for various recipes, give yourself a new culinary challenge and learn how to prep it fresh. Foodal’s step-by-step tutorial will show you exactly what you need to do to prepare fresh, whole artichokes. We promise it’s not as scary as it may seem. Read more now.
There’s no need to go out to a restaurant for a gooey appetizer when you can make easy spinach artichoke dip at home. The simple combination of green vegetables, cheese, and spices is served in a cozy bread bowl. It’s a dish that you can whip up quickly, and it will feed a crowd! Get the tasty recipe now on Foodal.
Now introducing the savory star of your next brunch: cheddar cheese quiche with all kinds of fun vegetables like leeks, artichokes, and red peppers. But don’t just limit this hearty vegetarian dish to breakfast and brunch. It’s delicious for dinner, too, served in large slices. Learn how to make the recipe on Foodal.
This grilled veggie burger is a simple dish with complex flavors that’s easy enough to make on a summer weeknight. Quick balsamic marinated portabella mushrooms and a tangy sun-dried tomato and artichoke pesto will make your taste buds sing. Plus, it’s vegan as well. Are you hungry yet? Get the recipe now!
The ultimate summer food for vegetarians and veggie lovers, grilled baby artichokes with a quick balsamic vinegar marinade are sweet, tangy, and smoky. There’s no extensive prep work required and this is easy enough to make on a busy weeknight, delicious alongside rice and your favorite protein. Get the recipe now.