18 recipes that will make you fall in love with artichokes over and over again – Advice Eating

Artichoke season is here! Join me and jump up and down, please. Artichokes are ridiculously underrated – especially crispy fried artichoke hearts or grilled artichokes with salsa verde, my two favorite preparations. Whether you’re working with preserved and marinated artichoke hearts or fresh artichokes, there are so many ways to cook artichokes (18, in fact!) that you’ll fall in love all over again.

Our best artichoke recipes

1. Vegan creamed asparagus with artichoke hearts

Our new favorite springtime recipe is so creamy, so cheesy (yet no cheese!), and remarkably easy to make. “I used miso and artichoke hearts to mimic the salty umami quality of Parmesan cheese, and mixed in cashews for a smooth texture,” explains recipe developer Nisha Melvani.

2. Melt tuna artichoke

We love how the chewy, slightly salty quality of marinated artichoke hearts pairs perfectly with oil-stuffed tuna in this four-ingredient sandwich.

3. Cheesy Spinach Artichoke Frittata with Arugula

A trio of the best spring veggies — spinach, artichokes, and arugula — connects hands, hearts, and voices (yes, that’s a Dirty dancing reference) for this springtime frittata you’re about to make (and yes, it’s a joke).

4. Cheesy artichoke melts with shredded nori

For a veggie sandwich that has all the meatiness and saltiness of canned tuna, use marinated artichoke hearts. They’re available year-round, and when topped with provolone cheese slices, they’ll become your new favorite meal.

5. Pasta with marinated artichoke sauce

You have 10 minutes and a table full of hungry eaters. No problem! Emma Laperruque once again saves the day with this four-ingredient pasta dish; Marinated artichoke hearts are used for the production entire Sauce.

6. Roasted chicken thighs with artichokes and pearl couscous

Artichoke hearts invite this dinner party, which includes bone-in and skinless chicken thighs on a bed of chewy couscous.

7. Artichoke hearts and peas

This side dish was made for your Easter table. And thanks to the use of frozen artichoke hearts and frozen baby peas, it couldn’t be more low key.

8th. Slow Cooker Lemon Thyme Steamed Crockpot Artichokes

A set-it-and-forget-it way to cook fresh artichokes? Yes, please! You don’t have to serve them with the bagna cauda sauce. . . but you Yes, really must.

9. Roasted Artichoke Leaf Appetizer with Feta and Black Olives (and Cheater’s Aioli)

There are so many recipes that call for artichoke hearts, but not so many that call for the leaves. . . until now.

10 Creamy, cheesy artichoke and chicken pasta casserole

This family-friendly pasta recipe is inspired by Artichoke Basille’s signature pizza. A combination of milk, heavy cream, cream cheese, mozzarella, garlic powder, onion powder, canned artichokes, spinach, and basil brings this dish as close to the real thing as possible, no matter where you live.

11. Vegetarian Spring Cassoulet

Listen to me: this artichoke recipe takes a while (about three hours or more). But so does all cassoulets, including the traditional French pork and bean version. And believe me, it’s worth the time and effort.

12. Back Pocket Canned Salad

Let me paint you a picture: It’s 12:30pm on a Tuesday and you’re working from home. You realize you are hungry and wonder what to have for lunch. You go to the fridge, feel uninspired, go back to your desk and do it again 15 minutes later. Rinse and repeat. For days when you have no idea Whatever you’re having for lunch, this last-minute high-protein salad has got you covered.

13. Artichokes stuffed with capers and anchovies (Carciofi Ripieni alla Siciliana)

Our interpretation of the traditional artichoke with silica filling consists of a breadcrumb filling mixed with anchovies, capers, lemon and Parmesan cheese.

14 3 ingredient veggie burger

The easiest veggie burger in the whole country calls for just chickpeas, marinated artichokes, and sun-dried tomatoes — but the payoff is big.

15 Vegetarian paella

Paella is usually packed with chorizo, shrimp, chicken and mussels, but this one says goodbye to all that and welcomes a bevy of veggies like green beans, artichoke hearts, zucchini and sweet red peppers.

16 Vignarola (Roman spring vegetable stew)

The longer this stew is allowed to sit, chill, and mix the veggies together, the better it gets. Patience, grasshopper.

17 Roasted farro and antipasto salad

“This sheet metal dinner is essentially an antipasti platter turned into a hearty, meal-worthy salad, with a few clever tricks up its sleeve,” writes recipe developer EmilyC. There are many ingredients and even more moving parts, so it’s a wonder it comes together in just 25 minutes.

18 Greek chicken thighs with white beans

Given the choice between a one-pan dinner and a multi-pan dinner, I will always choose the one-pan dinner because I don’t have a dishwasher. Even if you do, who can argue with the simplicity of everything, all together, in one vessel? No must, no fuss.

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