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This was the first time I've cooked an artichoke, so I was a bit scared when I unwrapped it and saw it was ......well, kind of brown. I thought I'd overcooked it, and maybe I did. I cooked for 67 minutes. Regardless of what it looked like, it tasted phenomenal! Because of the garlic (bonus...roasted garlic with this recipe!) and olive oil, there is really no need to dip the petals in butter or other fattening sauces. I absolutely loved this and will definitely do this again....so easy to make, and soooo delicious!

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breezermom April 11, 2011

This was the first time I've ever "baked" an artichoke and it was so much easier and taste so much better than boiling. Everyone raved about it and this will be the way I make them from no on. All the spices stayed right on and added to the wonderful flavor. My chokes were pretty big so I baked for 90 minutes and they came out perfect. Thanks so much for posting this awesome recipe

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Bonnie G #2 July 23, 2013

We love artichokes and did enjoy them prepared this way. The flavors are wonderful; roasting the garlic in the artichoke is very tasty. These artichokes were made as written only cooking 60 minutes and it looked over cooked and was falling apart tender. Thank for the post.

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Debbwl June 04, 2011

I didn't like this at all. Waste of two perfectly good artichokes.

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Amy L. April 01, 2016
"no Fuss" Easy Baked Artichokes