Artichoke Bites II Recipe Reviews - (Pg. 6)
Reviewed: May 3, 2001
I added a tsp of dried basil for some added flavor, and omitted the hot sauce. For the parmesan, I just used the same stuff I shake over my spaghetti, and it worked fine. I did have to bake it for almost 20 minutes, and they never did brown on the top. Also, I used mini muffin pans, and found that it made for easier snacking since they were all bite sized that way. Also, the recipe isnt clear about draining the onion/garlic mixture, so I just let it simmer until most of the liquid had evaporated. They were very easy to make though, and made for a great snack. I would make them again.
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