I Can't Be Left Alone With It, Artichoke Pie

I Can't Be Left Alone With It, Artichoke Pie created by little_wing

I swear I will ONLY make this to take somewhere because I CAN NOT be left alone without eating it for breakfast, lunch and dinner until it is gone! At least at parties, I have to share ;)

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  • Saute artichokes in olive oil til softened.
  • season with garlic salt.
  • While artichokes cool slightly, in bowl beat eggs.
  • grate mozzarella cheese into eggs then add artichoke mixture & mix well.
  • Pour mixture into a pie shell, sprinkle on parm. cheese then top with other inverted shell.
  • Bake at 350 for 1 hour.
  • Note: 2nd pie shell may break up a bit, just piece it together as best you can, it tates so good it doesnt matter.
  • This also reheats in microwave nicely the next day for breakfast lunch & dinner!
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"I swear I will ONLY make this to take somewhere because I CAN NOT be left alone without eating it for breakfast, lunch and dinner until it is gone! At least at parties, I have to share ;)"
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  1. madalene127.mg
    Ive been making this artichoke pie for many years! It’s a hit everywhere I take it. And I too cannot be left alone with it! Lol delish!!
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  2. stevenlbell
    It's a snap to throw together. I mod the recipe by adding a half cup of homemade pesto for Italian effect, a half cup of Trader Joe's Hatch Valley Salsa for Mexican.
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  3. FolkDiva
    This was so easy to throw together for dinner tonight and absolutely delicious, to boot! In lieu of the garlic salt, I sauteed a little fresh minced garlic along with the artichokes (canned), and beat about 1/4 cup cream in with the eggs. I omitted the top crust and used a rolled, refrigerated pie dough. Fifty minutes did the trick. Thanks so much for sharing....I know what I'm having for breakfast tomorrow (and maybe lunch, too!).
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  4. queenofeats
    I'm going to review this but withhold my stars for the time being (sorry!) I made an attempt at this with a bottom crust only, and then I got excited and added some spinach and some ham. The result was very good as well and came out like the world's best quiche, but I want to try this as intended with just the artichokes (but one crust still. Carbs don't like me much...) If it's this addictive then I suspect it doesn't need me playing mad scientist to come out spectacular!
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  5. newmama
    I used bottom crust only and canned artichokes. very good!
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