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    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A light summer side dish best served cold or room temperature. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #319794

    I first ate this dish at McCormick & Schmick's Restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia. Once I tasted it, I had to go home and duplicate it. This is approximate to the original dish, if not better!

    Recipe #254305

    I love dishes that taste like they were a lot more trouble to make than they really are. Artichoke hearts and fresh basil make this nice enough to put in front of guests but minimal prepwork means its on the table in half an hour so you can give it to your family on a busy night when opening cans sounds attractive. It holds well too for those days when everyone is on his/her own schedule.

    Recipe #237993

    I dated a guy from Morocco and he cooked this for me often. Didn't work out, but I still love the recipe none the less. I hope you enjoy! You can buy "Tagine" spices in specialty food stores. These are from Morocco and I suggest that you have them on hand as they go great with lots of other meats, especially lamb. You can use the "Tagine" spice mixture (approx. 1 1/2-2 T and just add the saffron or you can use the spices below as noted to create your own "Tagine" spice mixture.

    Recipe #308363

    I love this recipe. I think it is the simple little lemon sauce that makes it. From Gourmet.

    Recipe #251314

    Oustanding combination of vegetables, herbs and cheese; they complement each other perfectly. Would make a great vegetarian summer (or anytime) one-dish meal. I found this recipe on-line when searching for artichoke recipes (hey, you can never have too many good ones). Then I tweaked a little to improve it.

    Recipe #186067

    The ingredients in this dish combine beautifully. Perfect for a special occasion (or when my Mum feels like spoiling Dad :)

    Recipe #63338

    This mediterranean-inspired main dish is brimming with a medley of tastes; savory lemon, pungent oregano and tender artichokes. The recipe comes from Weight Watchers. Points per 1 2/3 cup is 4 points.

    Recipe #55221

    easy lasagna, freezes well.

    Recipe #257790

    Boneless chicken in a lucious sauce full of flavour. Lemon, capers, artichokes,mushrooms,... who could ask for more! Linguini or rice are the perfect accompaniment.

    Recipe #108745

    22 Reviews |  By iewe

    Found this on the web, and it looks really good!

    Recipe #305413

    You can substitute shrimp for the chicken or you can make it vegetarian by using zucchini, yellow squash, mushrooms and bell peppers. From Firehouse Food: Cooking with San Francisco's Firefighters

    Recipe #210562

    This is an easy crowd pleasing meal.

    Recipe #172143

    This came from allrecipes.com Very simple and very tasty. I cut it in half for the 2 of us.

    Recipe #157840

    1 Reviews |  By Dawn

    A healthy tasty meal to get you back on track after indulging over the holidays. Also a great dish for the beginning cook, who wants to try out a new cooking technique ( De-glazing is De-mystified). The title says it all, how can you go wrong with tomatoes, artichokes, sauteed chicken and Parmesan cheese served over pasta.

    Recipe #80742

    1 Reviews |  By venus2

    This is one of those "throw together" dishes. The flavors combine really well & it's easy.

    Recipe #72938

    This is a lovely vegetarian Italian pasta dish. One hint: please try and slice your 8 garlic cloves as thin as possible to really give this dish that wonderful garlic flavor. Also, feel free to sub. chicken stock for the vegetable if you prefer meat. I've also used both fresh and canned plum tomatoes in this. Both work fine.

    Recipe #78744

    Easy and good. Do NOT use marinated artichokes. Sole or other similar fish can be substituted for the flounder.

    Recipe #187348

    These lovely little morsels are fabulous served on most kinds of crackers as appetizers. No doubt they'll be coming back for more!! You can substitute Parmesan cheese for cheddar cheese to give it an Italian flair.

    Recipe #129785

    Artichokes baked gratin-style that are easy to prepare.

    Recipe #157047

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