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Very good but rather plain, as the recipe states. Great side dish for something very flavorful. I would suggest using the frozen artichoke hearts as they don't have that tinny taste from being in a can. I used about double the garlic, Kosher salt and plenty of freshly cracked black pepper. Next time I will grate some Parmesan over. Thanks!

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Trinkets April 12, 2009

These were lovely! Crunchy outsides with a creamy centre. I'll be trying these again, as they are so unique and easy to make. I made a single can's worth, and didn't use butter or lemon or even salt. I look forward to trying these next time.

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Houmous Monster May 08, 2006

Wow, delicious! They smelled wonderful while cooking, because of the garlic! I had never had plain artichokes before and they are now on my list to keep on hand. I did prepare only one can of artichokes because it is only DH and I. Prepared exactly by the recipe and I did use the butter and lemon juice! I put the butter in a little glass bowl and sat it over the burner that gets the heat from the oven. The butter melted while the artichokes were roasting. When they were done, I mixed the lemon juice with the butter and drizzled over the artichokes, with a little salt and pepper. The outside leaves of the artichokes were a little bit tougher than the inside, but nonetheless delicious! Great recipe! Thanks Kumquat!

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Bobtail April 14, 2006

This was awesome!! I really love artichokes and I'm glad I found a new way to make them. I used a bag of frozen artichokes. I thawed them out first, then added a few tbsp of olive oil, salt, pepper, and garlic. They turned out great! Will definitely make again! Thanks for the new recipe!

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bebeboy03 March 05, 2011

Yummy and very easy. Made as directed and served with dinner. Next time I'd add a little fresh Parmesan for variety. When cooled, these could be added to a salad, on top of a pizza, the possibilities are endless. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama January 17, 2010

Awesomely delicious. Thank you.

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susanabed April 28, 2009

These tasted yummy, but they cooked a little faster than I expected - I had to remove them from the oven 15 minutes early, and they were nearly burned. But they were still good. Just not sure I would want to make them very often, because they're kind of... ugly. Maybe as something special to chop up a bit and toss with some pasta and a little olive oil and garlic?

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karenrae March 31, 2009

These were yummy! I used 2 bags of frozen artichoke hearts from Trader Joe's and the flavor was fantastic. I'm making them again tonight for company.

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karenjbellinfante March 28, 2009
Plain Roasted Artichoke Hearts