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Aug 17, 2010 1:15 PM CST
Name: Stormy
Valley Forge Pa
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This recipe come from Teri/Roses_R_Red

Stuffed Artichokes

Stuffed artichokes.....sooo easy. Recipe passed down generations.

Cut off stem
Cut across top to get off all the leaf points (or most of them)
Put them in a pot (I use a turkey roaster because I always make so many)
Sprinkle them with salt, pepper and olive oil.
Pour water into pot until about 1/3 up the artichoke.
Cover tightly.
Let cook for about 35 minutes.
Take out of pot but DON'T DISCARD WATER.
Spread the middle of the artichoke when cooled.
With a long wide metal icing spatula clean out the choke and all the pinchy purple leaves. (easy to eat, then)
Fill the new cavity with a mixture of bread crumbs, cheese, pepper salt, garlic powder and olive oil.
Put the artichokes with stuffing back in pot and cook about 30 minutes til done.

The cooking time always depends on which artichoke is being used, so cook and taste.
I cook them partially because I can't get the choke out when they are raw the way my dad and uncles used to.

They are well worth the trouble.

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