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Recipe of Stuffed artichokes
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Stuffed artichokes

1h 10 mins
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A rich way to eat artichokes. These are stuffed with a mixture of cheeses, lemon and bread crumbs. Very good!

Ingredients

4 portions
  • 2 yellow lemons, limes
  • 4 artichoke, medium
  • 3 cups ground bread
  • 1/3 cups parmesan cheese, fine grated
  • 1/3 cups pecorino cheese, fine grated
  • 6 tablespoons olive oil
  • 3 tablespoons parsley
  • 2 tablespoons oregano, chopped
  • black pepper

Preparation

Pruchante the oven to 180C.
Put the scrape of 1 yellow lemon in a small bowl. In another large container with water, put the juice of that lemon.
Cut the stems of the artichokes. Also cut the upper part of the leaves with scissors so that they are as in the photo.
Open the artichoke leaves a little so there is space to fill them.
Remove the center with a spoon (removing the spiked part) carefully. Let them soak the container with water and lemon.
In a medium bowl, put the bread crumbs, cheeses, olive oil, parsley, oregano and lemon zest. Season with salt and pepper.
Stuff the artichokes (already dry) with 1/4 of the bread crumb mixture and fill in between the leaves.
In a pyrex, put 1/2 cup of water and top with the artichokes.
Put 2 tablespoons of oil on top.
Cover with aluminum foil and cook until the hearts are soft, about 30-40 minutes.
Remove the foil and cook again until the ground bread is browned, about 10 minutes additional.
Cut the lemon into slices and serve to the side.

TIPS

You can add a heart of chopped artichoke to the mixture of bread crumbs to give more flavor to the filling.

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Ratings (4)
Norma Rodriguez Orozco
28/08/2018 09:59:25
Excelente!
Anonymous
07/07/2015 15:27:04
Hola Patricia, un pyrex es la marca de un refractario pero tu lo puedes hacer en cualquier recipiente que aguante la temperatura del horno. Saludos :D
Anonymous
01/03/2015 09:21:58
pyrex Que es un pyrex?
Anonymous
26/01/2015 10:37:06
muy buena reseta gracias la boy a poner en praktica

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