Sauteed Artichokes in Lemon Garlic Sauce

Very easy, and quite elegant. Serve as a first course with crusty french bread for dipping....mmmmm!

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  • Heat oil in a sauteé pan over medium high heat.
  • Add garlic and artichokes and season with salt and pepper.
  • Sauteé garlic and artichokes 3-5 minutes, add remaining ingredients and lower heat to medium low.
  • Simmer about 10 minutes.
  • Serve hot.
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"Very easy, and quite elegant. Serve as a first course with crusty french bread for dipping....mmmmm!"
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  1. fyrfli
    Loved this! Served with Pollo en Adobo, crusty Spanish rolls, and Gaspacho. Even my 5 y/o ate everything! Next time i will have to double this so i can have some of the leftovers lol.
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  2. RedVinoGirl
    VERY GOOD! Very different from anything I've ever had before. YUM! I doubled the artichokes and 1.5 timesed the rest! YUM!
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  3. Bonnie 9
    Are you kidding me? This is the BEST sauteed artichoke recipe I have ever tasted. I love the flavour. I have made this recipe a few times before, then lost the recipe. I have been trying for an awfully long time to find it again and just came across it today. Tonight's dinner will have this recipe as my side dish. Perfect! Thank you for posting this recipe.
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  4. Ducky
    Served this as a side dish and all found the lemon taste to be too overpowering. Other than that, it seemed okay and smelled quite good while it was cooking. Used 1/2 cup of wine.
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  5. Miss Annie
    An excellent appetizer! The flavors of the lemon, wine and garlic are hard to beat. I only used 1/2 cup of the white wine so I wouldn't overpower the delicate artichokes. For added color, I garnished with minced parsley. It was beautiful, and the taste was wonderful. Everyone did enjoy eating this flavorful dish. Thanks for sharing this keeper, canarygirl! I will definately make this one again. Tasty and easy, who could ask for more?
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