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Everyone loves spinach-artichoke dip, but the tender veggie is also amazing in artichoke lasagna, artichoke pizza -- even artichoke nachos! But don't take our word for it; try a new artichoke recipe today, and prepare to fall in love all over again.
Flavored with roasted peppers and green onions, the melty medley of Asiago and artichoke in this artichoke dip recipe is so bold, you'll need an extra-hefty dipper. We love toasted baguette slices.
For a pizza that's as easy to make as it is delicious, start with a store-bought pizza crust and pile on fresh Mediterranean favorites. We love the way tangy, vinaigrette-infused onions pair with fire-roasted red peppers and nutty artichokes.
Add some pep to your pasta with a zesty homemade tomato sauce featuring hearty artichokes. For extra-tasty noodles, toss them with Parmesan when they’re still a bit wet. The cheese sticks to the noodles, adding irresistible texture to your delicious pasta dinner.
Marinated artichoke hearts add a bright zing to the layers of fresh veggies on this flatbread. For a creamy contrast, sprinkle blue cheese over the top.
If looking at an artichoke leaves you dazed and confused, fear not. Our step-by-step video will have you cooking with artichokes like a pro in no time.
Surprise your guests with a spinach-artichoke dip that’s out of the ordinary. Creamy blue cheese and salty bacon guest star in a cast of classics -- cream cheese, chopped spinach, and plenty of artichokes. It’s time to get dipping!
A delicate crust of Parmesan and bread crumbs invites you to dig in to this rich chicken casserole. Inside you’ll find chicken and artichokes smothered in a blend of cheeses and chopped spinach.
In less than 30 minutes, you can enjoy a pizza piled high with Mediterranean flavors like red sweet onions, salty Kalamata olives, and artichoke hearts. For a fun and easy dipping option, serve the pizza with warm Alfredo sauce.
Hummus, pesto, and artichokes replace traditional chip toppings for a more sophisticated nacho in this party-ready artichoke recipe.
Artichokes fit right in to this Greek-style stew. The savory flavor combines with oregano-laced lamb and spinach for a comforting dinner idea.
Brighten up your next brunch with a wholesome strata recipe. The rich, nutty taste of artichokes combined with three Italian cheeses makes ours extra delicious. Try it with sliced grapefruit for an easy and elegant morning meal.
Fresh and light, this rustic chicken dinner has the air of an Italian meal. Our version of the classic bacon-studded carbonara gets a boost from marinated chicken and the subtle tang of artichokes.
For an artichoke recipe that wows, serve this garlic-packed chicken dinner. Tender chicken thighs and artichokes simmer in an over-the-top broth of rosemary, lemon, and 12 cloves of garlic.
This hearty meal is ready in minutes: Just combine chicken thighs with prosciutto, artichoke hearts, mushrooms, garlic, and fresh tarragon. A simple three-ingredient broth completes this easy artichoke recipe.
To create our showstopping appetizer, dish out grilled artichokes onto a platter, cut sides up, and drizzle them with tarragon sauce. Serve with lemon wedges for extra zest.
If you're looking for a fresh lunch idea, bite into this Spanish-style sandwich. Artichokes, roasted red sweet peppers, and olives dress up roast beef for a flavorful, power-packed sandwich.
This 25-minute shrimp and artichoke frittata is a rich breakfast or brunch meal, but it also makes great dinner fare -- especially when you're short on time.
Toasted baguette slices perfectly complement this garlicky cheese and artichoke dip. Have plenty of slices on hand -- your guests won't be able to stop at just one.
Yellow sweet peppers, artichoke hearts, ripe olives, and a light lemon-herb dressing highlight this delicious -- and pretty -- pasta salad.