How to Boil Artichokes

Recipe By: rie-i (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/185)

Ingredients

Method

1
Chop off the stalk and make the bottom flat.
2
With a knife or your fingers, remove all the leaves (A).
3
Keep peeling off the leaves until you get to the central hollow (B).
4
Chop off all the leaves over the hollow (about 2/3 of the whole artichoke).
5
To prevent discolouration place into water with lemon juice or vinegar.
6
In boiling water, add the salt, flour, lemon juice or vinegar, then the artichoke and boil for 15-20 minutes.
7
Remove from the hot water and pat dry.
8
Once cooled, hollow out the central fibrous part and remove.

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How to Boil Artichokes

Recipe By: rie-i (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/185)

Ingredients

How to Boil Artichokes

Recipe ID :865 Posted on 10 JUL 2015
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Ingredients

Method

1
Chop off the stalk and make the bottom flat.
2
With a knife or your fingers, remove all the leaves (A).
3
Keep peeling off the leaves until you get to the central hollow (B).
4
Chop off all the leaves over the hollow (about 2/3 of the whole artichoke).
5
To prevent discolouration place into water with lemon juice or vinegar.
6
In boiling water, add the salt, flour, lemon juice or vinegar, then the artichoke and boil for 15-20 minutes.
7
Remove from the hot water and pat dry.
8
Once cooled, hollow out the central fibrous part and remove.

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