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Rose's Baked Artichoke Hearts

Martha Stewart Living editor Lucinda Scala Quinn shares her recipe for baked artichoke hearts.

  • servings: 8

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Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups fresh breadcrumbs
  • 1/4 cup finely chopped fresh curly leaf parsley
  • 2 ounces Parmesan cheese, grated (1/4 cup)
  • 2 ounces Pecorino Romano, grated (1/4 cup)
  • 1 tablespoon mixed dried herbs, such as thyme, oregano, and savory, or Italian seasoning blend
  • 1 teaspoon coarse salt
  • Freshly ground pepper
  • 3 packages (9 ounces each) frozen artichoke hearts, thawed and drained
  • 2/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for baking dishes
  • 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice (from 2 lemons)
  • 1 teaspoon finely grated lemon zest
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced (2 teaspoons)

Directions

  1. Step 1

    Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Combine breadcrumbs, parsley, cheeses, herbs, and salt in a medium bowl, and season with pepper.

  2. Step 2

    Brush oil inside two 4-cup, 9 1/2-inch ceramic baking dishes or one 9-by-13-inch glass baking dish. Divide artichoke hearts between dishes, and spread into a single layer. Sprinkle breadcrumb mixture over artichokes, pushing it into cracks between hearts. Tap bottom of dishes on counter to settle breadcrumb mixture.

  3. Step 3

    Whisk oil, lemon juice and zest, and garlic in a small bowl. Drizzle dressing evenly over breadcrumb topping. Cover dishes with parchment, then foil, and bake for 30 minutes. Increase temperature to 375 degrees. Uncover, and bake until breadcrumbs are golden brown, 20 to 25 minutes. Serve immediately.

Source
Martha Stewart Living, November 2008

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Reviews (23)

  • RosalieCeurvels 1 Apr, 2013

    Great recipe , Easy and good . Everyone really liked it . Thanks

  • dtschic 11 Aug, 2011

    This side dish was amazing. Great for vegetarians who want a rich, satisfying side.

  • kygal 27 Nov, 2010

    This dish was the hit of our Thanksgiving Dinner this year! I had to use 3 cans of drained artichoke hearts, as our market didn't carry frozen. I made the dish one day ahead, as Lucinda said on the show segment this could be done, and just baked before serving. Other than that, I followed the recipe exactly, and we were fighting over the leftovers (cooks prerogative - we kept them!).

  • meganbridgwater 23 Nov, 2010

    I first made these for Thanksgiving last year and now they are a staple whenever I am making a special feast. Everyone loves this dish--whether or not they like artichokes.

  • TamaraDLMerritt 19 Nov, 2010

    These looked SOOO good, and not intimidating like true stuffed artichokes. I can't wait to try this. I love artichokes.

  • woodensandals 22 Aug, 2010

    This is a great alternative to the traditional stuffed artichoke because it has all the flavor of the original with much less work. You can also eat this dish a little more gracefully at the table. It went over so well at Thanksgiving and it was so simple that I make it more often now.
    I found the frozen hearts at Fairway.

  • benjaminmorehead 22 Nov, 2009

    These were great! The only change I made was using all Parmesan instead of both cheeses. I found the frozen artichokes at Kroger (their Private Selection brand). I think plain canned artichokes would be just as good, though.

  • Trixie01 4 Jan, 2009

    This was delicious, but I felt the lemon zest added a perfume-y,dessert-like flavor. I would omit the zest in the future.

  • TDrow 2 Jan, 2009

    For those of us lucky enough to have a Trader Joe's, finding the frozen artichokes was easy! I made the recipe for my family "as written" and it was great. We liked it even more the next day; served cold on turkey and cranberry sandwiches. YUM!

  • alessapo 25 Dec, 2008

    I also couldn't find frozen ones so I used caned and just made sure to rinse thoroughly and let them dry. I made them for thanksgiving and my family loved them so much they asked me to make them again on christmas and the second time I used way less lemon juice and a little more garlic and cheese and they tasted exactly like the stuffed artichokes my grandmother taught me to make. Delicious.

  • mitsya 22 Dec, 2008

    This became an instant family classic.

    I sweet-talked my favorite grocer into ordering these for me. If you're not lucky enough to have similarly fantastic service (I love them!), you might try the water-packed jarred artichoke hearts. I would rinse them and let them drain thoroughly. The frozen ones are strongly recommended.

    I upped the garlic to 4 cloves and used really nice homemade whole wheat bread for the crumbs. Fantastic.

  • mwaltizer 8 Dec, 2008

    Lanlie,
    I had the same problem so I used canned - I followed the recipe except I did not cover

  • lovestogarden 28 Nov, 2008

    this was delicious! Cooked a little quicker than the recipe said it would. Watch to make sure it doesn't burn.

  • ElaineH51 27 Nov, 2008

    This dish was a big hit at our Thanksgiving dinner. It tasted just like my fresh stuffed artichokes, but much less work intensive. The frozen artichoke hearts were expensive...$3.83 per box. I mixed the dry ingredients in a ziplock bag the night before which added to the quick assembly in the afternoon. I am definitely adding it to my holiday recipes.

  • Lanlie 27 Nov, 2008

    IIt is impossible to find frozen artichoke hearts in Louisian; so I am going to try and make it with canned artichokes. By the way canned was nearly impossible to find also. I know, I know, using canned is not really fresh, but what am I going to do? I don't want to buy fresh because I don't know how to butcher the thing!! Does anyone else have the same problem?

  • Susannajon 27 Nov, 2008

    This can also be served as an appetizer with small toasted bread rounds as accompaniment. Just chop the artichokes coarsely before assembling and prepare in several smaller dishes.

  • lovestogarden 27 Nov, 2008

    I made the breadcrumb mixture, and will assemble everthing tomorrow. I always try to make a recipe exactly as written the first time I serve it-before I modify it. I'll tell you how it turns out!

  • hholliday 26 Nov, 2008

    can you make the night before and reheat tomorrow on turkey day?

  • DeniseCT 26 Nov, 2008

    Thanks, I guess my Trader Joe's and Shaws were just sold out, but I found them! Can't wait to try it. Thanks everyone

  • leonorwells 26 Nov, 2008

    shaws supermarket has the artichokes ........

  • DASMD 26 Nov, 2008

    Try Trader Joe's. I've found them there.

  • DeniseCT 26 Nov, 2008

    I would love to make this dish but I can't find the frozen artichoke hears. Not even Whole Foods carries them. Anyone have a suggestion where to purchase these here on the East Coast?

  • LynCuisine 13 Nov, 2008

    I made this dish for a family dinner and it was a huge hit. Even those individuals who were lukewarm to artichokes gobbled them up. There were zero leftovers which is a good indicator of how yummy they were.