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|Calories140Calories from Fat60|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Mary Claire Meehan 9 months ago
Extremely easy and delicious! I used garlic salt instead of sea salt on top and loved that. Will definitely make again.
RyDye 10 months ago
Easy and healthy, not quick.
Jaycee K. a year ago
yum! would make again. i dipped in miracle whip because I'm classy like that. 😉
Kip White 2 years ago
They were good but too much work for what you get out of them.
Vivienne S. 2 years ago
Love this recipe!!!! The only one I use!
Angela Scott 2 years ago
Mine burned after cooking for an hour, and the packets created a lot of steam making the artichokes overdone. I do like the idea of it being hands off, just needs editing for personal tastes.
Heather Pilapil 2 years ago
Not bad... mine burned... I think it would be better if I cooked it for like 45 minutes instead of an hour next time...
Huffines 2 years ago
My family loves this recipe! My 9 year old picked it out for her birthday dinner.
Lauren R. 2 years ago
Not sure if I just needed to roast it longer or add more garlic, but it came out bland even though I went over the amount of garlic listed in the recipe
L 2 years ago
Really liked roasting the artichokes rather than steam... however the exterior leaves were tough and not completely cooked. Might double foil and add extra oil to exterior leaves and cook for longer at a lower temperature next time. Then turn up temperature for last 30 minutes...
Robison 2 years ago
Wow loved it! Excellent flavors and the garlic dip was delicious... new favorite recipe!!! I’ll never boil them again lol
Terri P. 3 years ago
Love artichokes cooked this way! I use a little butter with the olive oil for a different twist on it...
Amanda D. 3 years ago
Love this recipe! It's easy to follow and is delish. I add my own twist by putting rosemary and black pepper.
Summer K. 3 years ago
I love artichokes and roasting them with the garlic has made these so easy to prepare. For dipping I microwave a little bit of vegan butter with salt and garlic.
Nahanni D. 4 years ago
It turned out amazing, I also made the garlic aioli but with Helmans 1/2 the fat mayo and had to sub frenchs mustard instead of Dijon.