5 Reviews

Well, this is just delicious! I made my own Italian dressing [recipe=14864]House Italian Dressing[/recipe] to go with it and it turned out fabulous! Thank you for posting!

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Sharon123 October 20, 2002

This recipe received lots of praise and I actually made it without the artichoke hearts! I was sure I had some in the pantry, but they were gone. I substituted a can of rinsed, drained garbonzo beans and it still was yummy. I want to try this again with all of the ingredients. Thanks for sharing.

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*****Sandy February 25, 2007

Quick and delicious.

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m robert May 23, 2006

I just made this recipe for about 20 Vets in a SRO and it really went over well. What I like about the recipe is it\'s a great base recipe and can be made a little differently each time. If you wanted to serve it as a summer meal chop up salami peppperoni and provolone cheese. if you want to serve it at a pot luck throw in a pound of cooked pasta to stretch it. i\'m sure you can come up with a hundred other variations.

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Bart Falcone May 14, 2004

I made this almost exactly as written to take for lunch. This is a terrific recipe! While I was eating it at my desk, a co-worker wanted to know what smelled so good. :) I like this recipe because it is so quick and versatile. I added some cooked green beans that I had. I can see myself adding red peppers, mushrooms or tomatoes next time... Thank you so much for sharing this tasty recipe!!

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Chicagopm March 17, 2004
Artichoke Heart Salad