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Crab-Stuffed Artichokes

March/April 2008

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Crabmeat and Old Bay seasoning flavor the breadcrumbs for these stunning stuffed artichokes.



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"Meh - just okay. First of all, the cooking instructions are CRAZY hard. If you steam the artichokes, you can remove the choke thoroughly and easily and THEN add the stuffing and bake them for about 15 minutes. Secondly, the seasonings/...
Crab-Stuffed Artichokes Recipe

1 Review for Crab-Stuffed Artichokes

04/19/2010

Meh - just okay. First of all, the cooking instructions are CRAZY hard. If you steam the artichokes, you can remove the choke thoroughly and easily and THEN add the stuffing and bake them for about 15 minutes. Secondly, the seasonings/crumbs way overpowered the crab. It was like a waste of $9 (I live in the Midwest and crab meat comes in cans of 6.5oz OR you buy legs and do the work yourself. I reduced the amount of seasoning/crumbs accordingly). I made these because I LOVE the stuffed artichokes at our favorite Italian restaurant. Sadly, this was the first Eating Well recipe that failed me. I think diced shrimp would work much better for more flavor. Maybe add some parsely and grated parmesan. I think the idea is good, but there is so much about this recipe that could be reworked for an ultimate dining experience.

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