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This was soooooo good. I cut my artichoke in half like the picture and wrapped each half in foil. I noticed 30 minutes was not enough time, so I put it in for another 15 minutes and it was perfection. This was my first time trying to do artichokes myself, and I am going to run out and buy more to try again! Yum!

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3boys1girlmama May 11, 2010

I did these and will upload pictures eventually but I didn't see a container for them and the foil in the picture wasn't mentioned so I put them in my roaster. I also simply used my infused oil with sprinkles of balsamic vinegar and cloves and herbs over the top. Great basic recipe and totally beats steamed or boiled.

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Maeven6 March 12, 2010

I'm going to try these again, but maybe I'll make more sauce for after the artichoke is done cooking. I doubled the sauce recipe and there still seemed to be a lack of sauce. I cooked the artichokes at 500 for 25 minutes wrapped in foil. Thanks for the post.

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BurtonFanatic May 07, 2007

Thanks Vicki for this awesome artichoke recipe! The flavor is superb. Wrapped in foil and baked for 50 minutes ... dipped in butter,just perfect. P.S. I also live in AZ.

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Amorous One September 04, 2006

I covered these artichokes loosely in foil, and roasted them for 30 minutes at 425 degrees. It was the first time I ever cooked artichokes. I don't know if the quality of the chokes I used was poor, or what, but cooking and eating artichokes this evening was much ado about nothing. Although the flavor--what there was of it--was fine, I would not make this recipe again.

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Marty in Minnesota February 02, 2006

I love the idea of these because baking in the oven is so easy and the flavours were great but they did seem to take a very long time to cook. There is no time given in the recipe and I tried them for about 30 minutes but, despite being small artichokes, they still weren't done. A time would be really helpful so I get it right next time.

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Sackville April 10, 2005

I was going to post a variation of this recipe, but found your submission. :) I steamed the artichokes first. Then, I placed each artichoke in the center of a large square of heavy duty aluminum foil and topped with the vinaigrette ingredients. I actually used the full amount for each artichoke. I sealed each artichoke in the foil and roasted in a 500 degree oven for about 5-8 minutes. The petals were dipped in the vinaigrette as eaten. This was a simple and flavorful method for preparing artichokes.

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Ms B. March 20, 2005

I have never fixed fresh artichokes before - I've always been a bit intimidated but this recipe was very easy and my parents enjoyed them very much.

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Mysterygirl August 19, 2003
Roasted Artichokes