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Table of Contents:
- Do you cut artichokes?
- How do you clean and quarter an artichoke?
- Are artichokes healthy to eat?
- What part of the artichoke are you not supposed to eat?
- What meat goes well with artichokes?
- What flavors go well with artichokes?
Do you cut artichokes?
The artichoke should look something like a closed rosebud. Trim the stem, using either a paring knife or a Y-peeler to remove all the tough green exterior. If you're using baby artichokes, or the thorn-free variety used in Rome (called cimaroli), the artichoke will be ready for cooking and eating at this point.
How do you clean and quarter an artichoke?
Step one: Cut off the bottom of the stem, leaving about 1/2 inch. Step two: Pull off any small fibrous dark leaves around the base. Step three: Cut off the top 1/2 inch of the artichoke. Step four: Using scissors, trim off the sharp, pointed tips of the remaining leaves.
Are artichokes healthy to eat?
Summary Artichokes are low in fat, high in fiber, and loaded with vitamins and minerals like vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, phosphorus, and magnesium. They are also one of the richest sources of antioxidants.
What part of the artichoke are you not supposed to eat?
What meat goes well with artichokes?
The sweet and slightly wild taste of lamb well lends itself to a marriage with artichoke hearts. So do other animal proteins, such as chicken or eggs. With aromatic herbs such as thyme, parsley, basil and Roman mint.
What flavors go well with artichokes?
The purple flowering artichoke has a floral, citrusy aroma that pairs well with other citrus-scented ingredients such as lemons, limes, bergamots and grapefruit. Fresh herbs like basil, cilantro and even chile peppers complement the artichoke's floral notes, as do meats like duck, bacon and fried gamba (shrimp).
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