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Artichoke and Feta Tarts

This recipe gives you yet another excuse to keep a package of puff pastry in the freezer. If you prefer, swap out the marinated artichoke hearts for drained canned or thawed frozen artichoke hearts.

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

"Antipasto" Pasta with Sausage, Artichoke Hearts, and Sun Dried Tomatoes

This quick and easy pasta is made entirely from ingredients kept in the pantry, so you can make it whenever a carb craving strikes. Inspired by elements often seen on Italian antipasto platters, the pasta...

Author: Rhoda Boone

Crispy Chicken Stew with Lemon, Artichokes, Capers, and Olives

We love lemon, artichokes, and olives, so this dish just makes sense to us. We almost always leave the skin on our chicken thighs so we can render out some of the fat and crisp the skin to perfection....

Author: Katherine & Ryan Harvey

Shrimp and Penne Primavera

Pasta's reputation - restored! With the bad press that pasta's been getting in these carb-phobic times, you may have given it up entirely. The truth is, pasta is only a problem when the noodles make the...

Artichoke and Parmesan Risotto

Author: Molly Stevens

Artichoke and Mushroom Frittata

Author: Molly Stevens

Classic Spinach Artichoke Dip with Mozzarella and Parmesan

Two kinds of melty cheese make this dip extra luxe.

Author: Rhoda Boone

Artichoke Heart and Tomato Salad

Use this as a side or as a filling for a pita sandwich with hummus. Cooking time is chilling time. From Moosewood Restaurant.

Author: sofie-a-toast

Roasted Niçoise Salad with Halibut

Marinated artichoke hearts get super-crispy and addictively delicious when roasted, making them the secret star of this simple sheet-pan dinner.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Vegetable and Chickpea Ragout

Author: Wendy Giman

Ham, Artichoke, and Potato Gratin

Author: Bruce Aidells

Fried Artichoke Sandwich

The battered and fried artichokes in this vegan sandwich recipe have a satisfying crunch and a kind of buttery and tangy bite to them that you're going to love.

Author: Lauren Toyota

Hot Artichoke and Tarragon Dip

Author: Carol Schreder

Artichokes Braised in Lemon and Olive Oil

Simmered and later sauced in a lemony olive oil spiced with fennel and coriander seeds, artichokes absorb a complex blend of gorgeous flavors. The tender, juicy hearts bronze in a hot skillet just before...

Author: Maggie Ruggiero

Pasta with Shrimp and Artichokes

Author: Paula M. Zwolak

Winter Italian Chopped Salad

Pepperoni, marinated artichoke hearts, and canned chickpeas are roasted together to make a warm and crisp foundation for this wintry riff on an Italian chopped salad. Fresh oranges balance out the salty...

Author: Anna Stockwell

Green Bean and Artichoke "Saute"

An easy side dish using canned green beans. Sun-dried tomatoes can be used instead of the optional pimiento. NOTE: Use fresh herbs of your choice. Oregano and thyme are good.

Author: Outta Here