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Freed from the tedious, anxiety-riddled prep work of turning and cooking artichokes, canned versions allow you to make delicious appetizers quickly and easily.

Like fried Italian artichokes you’d serve with cocktails, these are much easier and involve only a quick stint in a hot oven.

Inspired by the classic Roman dish, artichokes are mixed with fresh herbs then baked in clusters on puff pastry until golden brown and crisp.

Chopped artichokes, herbs and mayo combine in these simple tea sandwiches best served cold from the fridge.

Grilled and marinated artichokes make quick work of this simple dip, enriched with tahini, cumin and lemon juice.

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