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Table of Contents:
- How do you tell if an artichoke is done?
- How do you prepare and cook an artichoke?
- How do you prepare and cook globe artichoke?
- How long does it take to cook a globe artichoke?
- How do you deal with artichokes?
- What is the best season for artichokes?
- Are artichokes supposed to be purple in the middle?
- What happens if you eat the choke of an artichoke?
- What should I look for when buying an artichoke?
- Do raw artichokes need to be refrigerated?
- What does a bad artichoke look like?
- Why can't you eat the hairy part of an artichoke?
- Can you eat artichokes right out of the can?
How do you tell if an artichoke is done?
You can tell when your artichoke is cooked by nimbly taking off a leaf. If it falls off easily, it's probably cooked. But, to be sure – cool it down and take a bite from the bottom of the leaf i.e. the part nearest the innards of artichoke.
How do you prepare and cook an artichoke?
Bring water and salt to a boil. There should be enough water to cover the artichoke. Add artichoke to the water, reduce to a simmer, cover and cook until the leaves can be easily pulled off, about 20 to 35 minutes depending on the size. Drain and cool before eating.
How do you prepare and cook globe artichoke?
Place in a saucepan of lightly salted boiling water with a squeeze of lemon juice, or in a steamer, and cook for 15–30 minutes, depending on size and freshness. Just-cut artichokes will need less cooking.
How long does it take to cook a globe artichoke?
Cook them in a pan of boiling salted water for 35-45 mins (when they're ready you should easily be able to pull out a leaf).
How do you deal with artichokes?
The easiest way to deal with an artichoke is to snip off the spiky leaf tops, slice off the stem and steam or simmer them. Serve the globes whole with garlic butter, flavored mayo, or vinaigrette for dipping. Just tear off a cooked leaf, dip, and scrape off the meaty leaf bottoms with your teeth.
What is the best season for artichokes?
Are artichokes supposed to be purple in the middle?
Spread the leaves apart until you can see the purple leaves down in the center of the artichoke. ... Under those purple leaves is the fuzzy choke, which you also remove. After the artichoke is cooked you can scoop out the choke, revealing the artichoke bottom, which is the best part.
What happens if you eat the choke of an artichoke?
The choke in the middle will become the blossom, and the spiny leaves of the exterior support and protect the flower. The large outer leaves, tender heart and firm bottom are all tasty; even the stem can be peeled and eaten. ... The choke and the fibrous portion of the outer leaves should be discarded.
What should I look for when buying an artichoke?
Look for artichokes with closed heads - the leaves should form tight, compact layers. The whole artichoke should be firm and feel heavy for its size. The stem will be brown if it was cut more than a few hours ago, but it shouldn't feel either slimy or dry. Keep artichokes loosely wrapped in plastic in the fridge.
Do raw artichokes need to be refrigerated?
Raw artichokes do not keep well. They should be refrigerated (I wrap them in a plastic vegetable bag) and used as quickly as possible. Cooked artichokes can be kept in the refrigerator for several days.
What does a bad artichoke look like?
What Bad Artichokes Look Like. If an artichoke's leaf tips are split, shriveled and dry looking, or discolored with dark brown edges, the artichoke is past its prime and won't be good to eat.
Why can't you eat the hairy part of an artichoke?
Artichokes leaves are often enjoyed by dipping them into melted butter, garlic butter, or mayonnaise before eating. Peeled and cooked artichoke stems are fully edible. Eating the hairy choke can cause a choking hazard. Enjoy both the leaves and choke.
Can you eat artichokes right out of the can?
While fresh, buttery artichokes would always be my top pick, when they're not in season, canned artichokes make a fine substitution. ... Artichoke hearts have a pleasant, slightly sweet taste and a creamy texture. You can class up a chicken or pasta dish right away with the addition of artichoke hearts.
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