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Stuffed Artichoke

Stuffed Artichoke created by ArtsyBakingGeek

This is one of our favorite Louisiana treats. This is the basic version of a family recipe, minus the secret ingredients, but it still turns out fantastic.

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  • Mix together all ingredients except artichokes and 1/4 cup olive oil.
  • Cut top and bottom from artichoke and rinse.
  • Turn artichoke upside down and smash slightly to open leaves.
  • Fill each leaf from the outside in by using the top of each leaf.
  • Drizzle remaining olive oil over artichokes.
  • Steam in covered pot with just enough water to cover the bottom of the pain, but not touching the stuffing mixture.
  • Steam for about 45 minutes or until leaf pulls off easily.
  • Serve.
  • Note: Crabmeat can be cut from recipe or replaced with shrimp, crawfish, lobster or any other seafood.
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"This is one of our favorite Louisiana treats. This is the basic version of a family recipe, minus the secret ingredients, but it still turns out fantastic."
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  1. ArtsyBakingGeek
    Stuffed Artichoke Created by ArtsyBakingGeek
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  2. ArtsyBakingGeek
    Stuffed Artichoke Created by ArtsyBakingGeek
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  3. ArtsyBakingGeek
    I didn't have enough parsley (only about 1-2 tsp dried) but overall I liked this. The only negative was that the stuffing seemed a bit dry so if I make this again I may use less bread crumbs and/or more crab. However as this was my first time cooking with artichoke I think this was a success. <br/><br/>Made for PAC Fall 2012
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  4. HomemadeChef
    This is one of our favorite Louisiana treats. This is the basic version of a family recipe, minus the secret ingredients, but it still turns out fantastic.
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