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How to make it

  • Soak Italian bread in warm water, then squeeze out excess water and set aside
  • Cook sausage or pancetta till cooked and then crumble
  • Using scissors, cut prickly points off the artichokes
  • Cut stem, leaving enough for the artichoke to be able to stand up straight without falling over (save stems)
  • Boil artichokes in salted water for about 10 minutes, drain & cool
  • Take stems, peel them and chop them up to use in stuffing
  • Meanwhile:
  • In large bowl, add bread, eggs, garlic, parmesan cheese, and seasonings plus chopped stems and pancetta or sausage.
  • Mix well, if too loose, add bread crumbs, or if too dry add milk
  • Take artichoke and push down on them, to open up center, remove some inner leaves that are prickly
  • Sprinkle the inside with salt, parmesan cheese and a little mozzerella cheese
  • Taking handful , stuff artichoke with stuffing and place in a large dutch oven*****
  • When done, add about 2 cups water in pan with about 1-1/2 cup olive oil and about 5 sliced garlic cloves.
  • Season each artichoke with salt, pepper, garlic powder, parmesan cheese and add mozzerella to top of each artichoke.
  • Pour olive oil over each artichoke to keep moist
  • Cover and bring to boil
  • Turn heat down to medium low to low and cook 2 hours, check to be sure water & olive oil are not burning off, if so add more of each
  • Enjoy!!!!
  • *******If you want to take the time, you can stuff each leaf, but that takes a lot of time, but it does taste good as you get stuffing with each leaf!!!

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  • jcahel 4 years ago
    This looks fabulous. When I was twelve, my step-mom was a waitress, and she brought an steamed artichoke out for my brother and I to eat, but didn't stick around to tell us HOW to eat it. So, we ate the ENTIRE leaf. When I went to California some many years later, I ate them the same way, and the group of company I was in had a good laugh at that. Now that I know how to eat them, they are delicious! Especially stuffed. Thanks for sharing!
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  • gagagrits 5 years ago
    These are a must try. Thanks
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    " It was excellent "
    ragnarokx23 ate it and said...
    i lovee artichokes! and even better theyre stuffed!! looks simply delicious. Thankss
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  • reddie 5 years ago
    This looks awesome. My mom would make stuffed artichokes when I was a kid, but I have yet to try in my own kitchen. Thanks for the idea!

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    " It was excellent "
    phyllisd ate it and said...
    I agree with the individual stuffing. Fantastic recipe. Thanks!
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  • gardener61 6 years ago
    Artichokes are one of favorite veggies!! Bookmarked this one, I'll give it a try! Thanks!
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  • deltadarling 6 years ago
    This is a gourmet recipe and I loveit

    Thanks for sharing

    Delta
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  • gmatootsie 6 years ago
    Take the time to stuff individual leafs, you will be happier that you did. It makes a world of difference. Gmatootsie
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    " It was excellent "
    vino4dino ate it and said...
    This is funny. I was about to post my recipe for stuffed artichokes when I decided to search for them on this site before doing so and I came across your recipe and decided not to bother posting mine. Yours blows mine away. I'll use this as a replacement to mine and I'll leave the posting of it up to you! Thanks.
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  • conner909 6 years ago
    This looks really good! Bookmarking it!
    We have artichokes almost year round here, and they are big, but they cost an arm and a leg...particularly this past year. Carpenteria is the 'artichoke capital' of the world and has a festival every year...hope to make it there one day!
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  • tanyaljackson 6 years ago
    Hello. Thank you so much for the invite. I can't wait to try the artichokes.
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  • gwencampbell 7 years ago
    We have some big globe artichokes, I'm going to use this recipe. Thanks!!
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  • beckysc 7 years ago
    I'll have to try this. I do stuff artichokes but not with the sauceage.
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  • chefmeow 7 years ago
    Yummy. Artichokes, one of my faves. this looks and sounds magnificent. Thanks for posting.
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  • krumkake 7 years ago
    I so love these things, but have been too intimidated to make them. I think your recipe makes is "explainable" for me, and I will most definitely give this a try...my youngest daughter absolutely adores these, so she would be so happy if I could make them!!
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  • upstatevoyager 7 years ago
    I love artichokes. These sound terrific! Thanks.
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