I have been enjoying this recipe a lot! Thanks for teaching me how to make artichokes. My kids even love 'em!
Wonderfully good, and a nice change of pace from steaming.
Excellent! Made these this weekend for a friends that never had them before! And they loved them! I added old bay and Franks hot sauce to the butter for dipping and it was awsome!
This was a terrific way to prepare a terrific vegetable! Unfortunately for us, the only artichokes available were about 1/2 lb. apiece, and were skimpy on the part you could eat. But we could tell that with really good chokes (we'll have to save up for them!) this would be bliss. Even without the hot sauce in the melted butter dip, it was great. DH had a dash of it and swore his was better. Thank you for introducing us to this terrific recipe!
I have never made artichokes before, so I gave this recipe a shot. It was pretty good with the combo of the wine and garlic. It wasn't too hard to make either. Thanks for posting.
HOLY MOTHER OF GOD THIS WAS AMAZING! Made this for the first time this past weekend and am already making it for the 3rd time and today is only Monday! AMAZING recipe! Thank you! Update: I have now been making this recipe for 1 year. CRAZY good. Everyone that's tried them comments on how restaurant quality they are. I have never used the wine in this dish (and I love wine) because the water with the Old Bay tastes perfect to me. I've tried numerous other artichoke methods..nothing even comes close to this. Making more of these tonight. YUM!
I loved this new way to prepare artichokes. I thought the spices for this recipe were just okay however. I did not have white wine, so I used water, and increased the garlic to 4 cloves. Following the recipe, after 20 minutes my artichokes were not even close to being done (and I did cover the pan), so I increased my heat to medium, added more water and cooked for another 20. The artichokes were nice and tender, but I think the old bay seasoning just threw off the taste of this dish. Maybe it is because I didn't have the white wine. No matter, I love the ease of eating artichokes and not having to deal with the pricklies once cooked. Next time I will omit the old bay seasoning and just use the garlic and lemon. Thank you.
First of all, this made the house smell wonderful. I liked them, but my husband tried one leaf and then gave up. . .he didn't like to get his hands dirty.