Make these stuffed baked artichokes for date night!
This post is sponsored by Produce Made Simple.
It’s artichoke season here in Ontario, which means that I can finally make these stuffed baked artichokes!
These artichokes look impressive, but they aren’t as difficult to make as they might seem – you just need to have a little bit of patience. It does take some time to prepare the artichokes for stuffing, but your effort is rewarded in the end. I promise!
Artichokes can be a bit tricky to work with, because of their prickly tips. For this recipe, I trimmed the artichokes, then boiled them so they would soften up a bit. Once they have softened, you can easily remove the choke (the fuzzy, inedible purple part in the middle). Once that is done, you can get on with stuffing and baking the artichokes.
I’ve stuffed these artichokes with a mixture of shallots, garlic, cheese and Italian spices, and they’re topped with a drizzle of melted butter. Of course, if you’re a bit heavy-handed with the butter I won’t tell anyone 😉
I’ve created this recipe in partnership with Produce Made Simple – a website from the Ontario Produce Marketing Association that promotes the consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables. We could all use more fresh produce in our lives, so I was happy to collaborate with them on this project. To get the recipe for these stuffed baked artichokes, please visit their website.
I have been compensated to create this recipe for Produce Made Simple.
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