🍳 15 min
🔥 369 cal
✍️ by Taisiia Dobrozorova
You can eat the heart and the stem of an artichoke; both are edible. But some parts can be chewy and just too hard to swallow, so avoiding them is better.
After the artichokes are roasted, give them a few minutes to cool down. Using a fork, peel off one leaf of artichoke and eat the tender flesh of it. Don't consume the tough part; leave it on your plate. The leaves of artichokes, which are closer to the heart, are more tender, so you can even eat all of them.
Roasted artichokes are tasty and nutritious on their own. But to make them more delicious, serve them with sauce. To prepare, melt the butter slowly and add chopped garlic cloves mixed with lemon juice.
You can eat artichokes as a main dish or serve them as a side dish and combine them with meat or fish.
The main key to the success of tasty roasted artichokes is choosing fresh ones. In the grocery store, pick artichokes with silvery-green leaves and squeeze them a little bit: if they squeak, artichokes are good.
Artichokes darken when exposed to air. To prevent this process, rub the artichoke with a lemon slice.
Combine roasted artichokes with parmesan. Sprinkle the baked halves with cheese and send to the oven for 2 minutes, until the cheese is fully melted.
15 g (3 tsp)
40 g (½ pieces)
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