Today wasn’t the first time this year I’ve seen artichokes from Provence in the market – they’re available all through the winter here – but it was the first time I’ve seen a bouquet of five small ones like this for 1.80 euro. So I bought them and I think this evening or tomorrow I’ll try quartering them, dipping them in beaten egg and then flour and deep frying them. It will be the first time I’ve cooked them this way.
Beautiful purple colour! I thin they’ll taste delicious cooked like that 😉
So beautiful – bet they´ll taste amazing!
Thanks. If I find those artichokes, I’ll try them that way also.
I love these artichauts poivrades – they were made to be photographed and then eaten. You can’t do it the other way round – well, not prettily.
I grow artichokes every year for the flowers. This sounds like an interesting way to eat them! c
What a find! I bet they’ll taste great and good for you!
I was looking at my plants yesterday, no sign of any artichokes as yet 😦 Diane