- view all thumbnails
For a company-worthy meal ready in minutes, combine chicken thighs with prosciutto, artichoke hearts, mushrooms, garlic, and fresh tarragon. A simple three-ingredient broth completes the meal.
Dish out these grilled artichokes on a platter cut sides up, drizzle with tarragon sauce, and serve with lemon wedges for a show-stopping appetizer.
This shrimp and artichoke frittata makes for a rich breakfast or brunch meal. This also makes for great dinner fare -- especially when you're short on time.
These hearty party bites work perfectly with marinated artichoke heart quarters, slivered pepperoni slices, chopped Kalamata olives, and fresh herbs.
A layer of creamy Alfredo sauce tops a chewy crust piled high with fresh spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes, and artichoke hearts.
Follow the make-ahead directions and this classic appetizer can easily be served fresh from the oven the moment guests walk through your door.
Hummus, pesto, and artichokes replace traditional chip toppings for a more sophisticated nacho.
Artichokes, roasted red sweet peppers, and olives bring Spanish flair to this roast beef sandwich.
A blend of cream cheese and Asiago makes this dip rich and creamy; artichokes, red sweet peppers, mushrooms, and onion add a touch of texture.
For a more refined flavor combination, mix artichoke hearts with ham and Havarti cheese. Amp up this easy recipe by substituting prosciutto for ham.
To make this gorgeous, rosemary-accented tenderloin, roast the meat, and tuck creamy rounds of cheese between succulent slices of beef or pork. Dress your platter with baby artichokes, fresh or dried figs, beets, and lemon leaves for a festive holiday touch.
This meaty favorite of New Orleans gets a flavor-packed pile of pepperoncini, olives, and artichoke hearts.
Each plump bird makes two servings with both light and dark meat. To serve, simply use kitchen shears to halve each hen lengthwise.
Toasted baguette slices perfectly complement this garlicky cheese spread. Have plenty of slices on hand, your guests won't be able to stop with just one.
These savory skewers will be the life of your party spread. Get creative. The final shape of these fun antipasto-on-a-stick appetizers is entirely up to you.
These classic antipasto ingredients -- artichoke hearts, Kalamata olives, and tomatoes -- are dressed with an olive oil vinaigrette for a tasty picnic dish.
Yellow sweet peppers, artichoke hearts, ripe olives, and a light lemon-herb dressing highlight this delicious -- and pretty -- pasta salad.
This creamy dip of cannelloni beans and artichokes is ready to go in just 20 minutes. Garlic and cayenne pepper punch up the flavor. Fresh basil and roasted red pepper make a quick (and beautiful) topper.
For a light bite, spear shrimp, artichokes, onions, and cheese tortellini on skewers. The quick and easy combo is delicious -- and just right for summertime get-togethers.
Chopped nuts add heartiness to this proven crowd pleaser, while fresh spinach brightens it up.