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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!
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.
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!
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!
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!
Awesomely delicious. Thank you.
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?
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.