roasted garlicky artichoke hearts

roasted garlicky artichoke hearts

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This mouth-watering recipe might just become one of your favorite go-to dishes! It's such an easy way to consume artichoke hearts. Don't get me wrong. I love buying fresh artichokes when they're in season, but by getting the fresh frozen ones I find myself eating this dish way more often! I've been buying them at Trader Joe's, but I'm sure they're available everywhere.

After they're thawed out, mix the artichoke hearts in a bowl and add salt and a sprinkle of oil.

artichoke hearts in aluminum foil lined baking dish

Assemble the hearts in a baking dish in a single layer. I always line the dish with aluminum foil or parchment paper so I don't have to do any scrubbing later on.

artichoke hearts baked golden brown

Bake until they're golden brown. While they're cooking you can start on the bread crumbs.

You can buy your favorite kind of bread crumbs at any grocery store. But I love taking these garlic crisps from Fresh Market and making my own concoction.

home made bread crumbs in zip loc

Just put them in a plastic bag and crush them with a spoon.

bread crumbs homemade

It doesn't get easier than this!

microwave garlic chunks

Let's talk about microwave "fried" garlic! I discovered this by accident when I placed garlic in the microwave to soften a little before using it in another recipe. It works beautifully!

crispy microwave garlic

Simply place chopped garlic chunks on a plate, add a pinch of salt and spray them with olive oil spray. Cook only 30 seconds at a time.

crispy garlic microwave

Keep microwaving in 30 second increments until the garlic becomes as crispy as you like it.

artichoke hearts with panko and garlic 

Remove the artichoke hearts from the oven and place in a bowl. Top it with bread crumbs and the crispy garlic. You've now created a super savory garlicky topping! If you want a little more kick, add pepper flakes. 


Comments 3

JoAnne on

This was delicious!
I added some pecorino cheese and chopped flat parsley😋

Mary Messina on

Can’t wait to try this!

Jane Ryan on

Sounds & looks wonderful. Appreciate your sharing & presentation. Also, thanks for your tips on sauteing garlic & preparing bread crumbs.

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