Ocean Mist Farms’ Easy Baked Artichokes

A Super Simple way to prepare restaurant quality Artichokes!

Nutrition Information

Calories: 250
Protein: 6g
Carbs: 52g
Fiber: 5g
Sugar: 30g
Fat: 27g

Recipe Information

Serves: 2
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour

Ingredients:

2 large Ocean Mist Artichokes, rinsed and trimmed
(See How to Prepare Artichokes for cooking)
1 whole Lemon (cut in halve)
4 cloves Garlic (slivered)
¼ Olive oil
Sea salt to taste
4 sheets of heavy duty foil wrap

Directions:

Click here for short “How To” Video.

  1. Preheat oven to 425°F. Squeeze ½ a Lemon on the top of each trimmed Artichoke. Drizzle each Artichoke with 2 Tbsp. of olive oil (allowing oil to go in between Artichoke leaves). Stuff two cloves of slivered Garlic between leaves of each Artichoke.
  2. Sprinkle each Artichoke with salt and any other herbs, such as finely chopped rosemary or sage. Double wrap each Artichoke with 2 layers of heavy duty foil. Sealing well on top by twisting and pinching foil packets.Place foil packets of Artichokes in oven and bake.
  3. Jumbo to large sized artichokes: Bake for 1 hour and 20 minutes Medium sized artichokes: Bake for 1 hour Remove Artichokes from oven. When cool enough to handle , unwrap Artichokes and enjoy with additional lemon or scoop out the fuzzy center of the baked Artichoke and use as an edible bowl filled with your favorite soups, stews or dips.

 

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Recipe Reviews

This is such an easy way to cook an artichoke that is full of flavor. Baking in the oven like this allows you to make several at once. Also a creative

rosanna
Jun 27, 2016

This is such an easy way to cook an artichoke that is full of flavor. Baking in the oven like this allows you to make several at once. Also a creative and healthy way to make a "bread bowl for soups". Prep time is minimal and cooking is easy.

My family really liked the artichokes fixed this way. I tweaked it a little so I didn't have to use oil. I sprinkled garlic salt over the top and pl

Tonya Van Tassell
Mar 21, 2016
PaulIdaho

My family really liked the artichokes fixed this way. I tweaked it a little so I didn't have to use oil. I sprinkled garlic salt over the top and placed a slice of lemon on the top. Next I poured 3 Tbs water over and around it before I wrapped it in foil. It turned out perfect! The flavor was not overpowering and it wasn't dry. I will cook this way again. I usually cook about six at a time and it is hard to fit that many big ones in my pan to boil them. Glad I found this recipe.

I bake/roast 3-5 and i do like oil and balsamic, although I have to skip the garlic. Easy to reheat later in the week. Just leave em wrapped in foil.<

Matt
Jan 30, 2016
CollegevillePa

I bake/roast 3-5 and i do like oil and balsamic, although I have to skip the garlic. Easy to reheat later in the week. Just leave em wrapped in foil.

The only way to fix. Throw it in the oven with foil and potatoes with foil. Frees you up to fix the rest of the meal. Extra lemon and grass fed cow bu

bill
Oct 20, 2015
AndersonIn

The only way to fix. Throw it in the oven with foil and potatoes with foil. Frees you up to fix the rest of the meal. Extra lemon and grass fed cow butter, melted!

This is hands down the easiest way to cook an artichoke. No fuss of using a pot of boiling water. I like to use minced jarred garlic instead. And I dr

Kori Tuggle
Jan 10, 2010
MontereyCA

This is hands down the easiest way to cook an artichoke. No fuss of using a pot of boiling water. I like to use minced jarred garlic instead. And I drizzle balsamic vinegar between the petals. I made a 6 at a time like this. Yum! Yum!

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