How to make artichokes in a pan? Here is a quick and easy recipe for a delicious side dish (and all the tips to make them better).
Today we prepare some wonderful pan-fried artichokes, crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside: a contourperfect to combine with any course you want. You can also propose them as singleplateserving them with an accompaniment of your choice such as, for example, potatoes: you don’t know how delicious!
Let’s start immediately to see all the steps of this one simplerecipeadvice and pairings!
How to cook artichokes in a pan
Let’s see how to prepare these right away fantastic Roasted artichokes.
First of all, of course, you need to clean them: remove all the outer leaves and the inner beard, removing the hard parts which would be unpleasant in the mouth.
As you get your artichoke hearts, let them soak in water and lemon, so as not to oxidize the vegetables.
When you have finished this phase, take the artichokes and cut them in half, or awedges if you prefer.
In a pan, pour the oil and add a clove of garlic, then when hot, add the artichokes. Deglaze with the white wine, season with salt and pepper and cook them well (it will take at least 10 minutes at least, but it depends on the dimensionof theartichokes). When they’re soft, turn up the flame and you’re done to roast one side for good.
Add the parsley and serve your artichokes, which as mentioned you can combine with meat, fish or enjoy on their own: enjoy your meal!
Don’t forget to try all our recipes with artichokes too!
Pan-fried artichokes: preparation tips
Never delete the step of soaking in water and lemoneven if it may seem superfluous: black (or rather, blackened) artichokes are not a pretty sight and lose a bit inplating.
If, on the other hand, you want to make frozen artichokes in a pan, it’s much simpler: in this case they’ll already be cleaned and you’ll save some time. Throw them in the pan over medium heat with oil and herbs to taste, close the lid and wait 10 minutes, which will be enough for them to defrost. Then raise the heat and continue cooking for a maximum of 5/10 minutes.
If you love this vegetable, try the pan-fried stuffed artichokes!
We recommend consume at the moment fresh artichokes cooked in a pan in slices or wedges, when they are still hot and delicious. We do not recommend freezing in the freezer.
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