"I was inspired to create this recipe by the grilled artichokes at our favorite restaurant. My husband thinks mine are better. Top with mayonnaise instead of butter if you prefer." — Foxy
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liquid smoke flavoring
artichokes, halved and choke scraped out
olive oil-flavored cooking spray
I boiled the artichokes whole, then cut them in half and removed the choke (I think it's easier that way). Also, we just dip the leaves in butter or mayonnaise when we eat them. Any way you do it, these are the best artichokes you will ever taste!
Made this tonight and was not able to eat it at all. Thanks for the recipe, but it just didn't appeal to me. Sorry.
I just made these and am going to post a photo and they are fantastic! Followed the recipe exactly, didn't change anything!
Easy to make and lots of flavor. Very good even without the liquid smoke!
Ahhhmazing. I made a dip with mayo, sour cream, lemon, s&p, chili sauce and garlic (aioli dip) to serve with it and was great.
delicious! I made without the wine and liquid smoke, brushed with lemon/butter before grilling. Made an aoli with lemon and garlic for dipping. Best artichokes I have ever had.
Delicious. I loved them!!!! I followed it pretty closely but I didn't use the liquid smoke and instead of using a grill I broiled them and turned them every few minutes. I also put butter on top while I was broiling them. Oh, and I didn't remove the chokes because that was the best part.
They took a little time becasue of boiling them first, but they were worth it. Jeff loved them.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Herbed Grilled Artichokes
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 122
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