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Artichoke hearts #7446117 02/28/19 12:47 AM
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My wife had a recipe for a casserole dish they featured artichoke hearts and olives. Live both . Have any recipes? I'm getting ready to do a google search. Have a hankering.


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Too fancy for me, pass

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Iíve seen artichoke hearts and olives used in various pasta dishes and ďtapenadesĒ. But donít think iíve seen them together in a casserole. There are some good artichoke/spinach dip recipes that are served hot. Iím sure sliced olives could be easily incorporated.
Sounds interesting - What else was in the casserole she made?

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Yuppies and chick food.... barf


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Re: Artichoke hearts [Re: bill oxner] #7446530 02/28/19 03:30 PM
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It's my understanding that its low in saturated fat, has a low cholesterol, good source of dietary fiber, vitamin C, and K.


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I used to make a killer green chile artichoke dip, if I remember correctly it was: can of artichokes, can green chiles, brick of cream cheese, 8 oz white cheddar, mix it together and put it into an 8x8, top with parm and bake until bubbly, serve with tortilla chips. It's been awhile since I have made it but I remember it being pretty good.


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