Baked Garlic Parmesan Artichoke Hearts Recipe

Get ready for your taste buds to do a happy dance when you make this delicious baked garlic parmesan artichoke hearts recipe. It is seriously amazing but, even more importantly, totally easy to make with your hands-on time at only 5 minutes. Who says awesome food has to be complicated or difficult?

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Growing up I was a crazy picky eater. I don’t mean crazy like I would only eat chicken nuggets. Crazy as in, I loved salads, fruits, and vegetables, but would balk at anything that even contained pepper. That might sound awesome but it led to a lot of headaches for my mom.

One meal she could make that I always loved was steamed artichoke. We didn’t have it often but when we did I was in Heaven. It was about as plain a meal as a picky eater like me could get. She didn’t season the artichokes, she just steamed them whole and then we would dip the petals in melted butter. It was amazing!

The spikes around the hearts always freaked me out though, so mom always got that part of my artichoke. Fast forward 20+ years and now I can’t get enough of them. From the delicious side dish at a local eatery (Grand Finale) that inspired this dish to dipping chips in a decadent spinach-artichoke dip, I’m down to eat artichoke hearts all day long. Luckily that a total possibility with this inexpensive and easy side dish.

 

Close up of Garlic Parmesan Artichoke Hearts on Plate

Garlic Parmesan Artichoke Hearts Ingredients

Step 1

First, preheat your oven to 350° Fahrenheit.

 

Quartered Artichoke Hearts in Strainer

Step 2

Next, strain your quartered artichoke hearts in a strainer or colander, shaking as much water from them as possible.

 

Quartered Artichoke Hearts Laid Out on Paper Towels

Paper Towel Pressed on Damp Artichoke Hearts

Step 3

Then, dry your quartered artichoke hearts further with paper towels. I like to lay out paper towels, then place individual artichoke quarters on them, and lastly pat them dry with additional paper towels.

 

Quartered Artichoke Hearts in Glass Bowl

Step 4

After the quartered artichoke hearts are dry, place them in a glass mixing bowl.

 

Garlic Powder and Quartered Artichoke Hearts in Glass Bowl

Close Up of Artichoke Hearts mixed with Garlic Powder in Glass Bowl

Step 5

Add your garlic to the artichoke hearts and mix with a rubber spatula gently to coat the artichoke hearts.

 

Glass Baking Dish Sprayed with Oil

Step 6

Set garlic artichokes to the side and spray a glass baking dish with oil.

 

Artichoke Hearts with Parmesan Cheese in Glass Baking Dish

Step 7

Begin layering ingredients in your baking dish starting with the artichoke hearts and then sprinkling cheese.

 

Butter Cubes on Cheese and Artichoke in Glass Baking Dish

Step 8

Next, cube 1 tbsp of butter and place them throughout the cheese and artichoke hearts.

 

Final Layer of Butter, Cheese, and Artichoke in Glass Baking Dish

Step 9

Continue layering until all of your artichoke hearts, cheese, and butter are in the baking dish.

 

Bread Crumbs on Top of Cheese and Artichoke Mixture in Glass Baking Dish

Step 10

Lastly, sprinkle bread crumbs over the top of the dish.

 

Foil Covered Baking Dish

Step 11

Cover your baking dish with foil and bake at 350° Fahrenheit for 20 minutes.

 

Glass Baking Dish on Oven Rack

Step 12

Then carefully remove the foil from the dish and bake an additional 10 minutes.

 

Cheesy Artichoke Hearts in Baking Dish

Close up of Forkful of Artichoke

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Serve this delicious baked garlic parmesan artichoke hearts recipe as a side to some delicious pork chops or steaks. The artichoke hearts are so delicious and the crunch from the bread crumbs give this dish an added layer of texture that your mouth will flip for. If you’ve never tried artichoke before, this is the perfect easy recipe to start with. It is total proof that artichoke is for more than making chip dip with.

Yield: 6 Servings

Baked Garlic Parmesan Artichoke Hearts Recipe

Baked Garlic Parmesan Artichoke Hearts Recipe
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes

Ingredients

  • 24 ounces Jarred Quartered Artichoke Hearts in Water
  • 2 teaspoons Garlic Powder
  • 2 tablespoons Butter, divided
  • 3/4 cup Shredded Parmesan Cheese
  • Panko Bread Crumbs

Instructions

  1. First, preheat your oven to 350° Fahrenheit.
  2. Next, strain your quartered artichoke hearts in a strainer or colander, shaking as much water from them as possible.
  3. Then, dry your quartered artichoke hearts further with paper towels.
  4. After the quartered artichoke hearts are dry, place them in a glass mixing bowl.
  5. Add your garlic to the artichoke hearts and mix with a rubber spatula gently to coat the artichoke hearts.
  6. Set garlic artichokes to the side and spray a glass baking dish with oil.
  7. Begin layering ingredients in your baking dish starting with the artichoke hearts and then sprinkling cheese.
  8. Next, cube 1 tbsp of butter and place them throughout the cheese and artichoke hearts.
  9. Continue layering until all of your artichoke hearts, cheese, and butter are in the baking dish.
  10. Lastly, sprinkle bread crumbs over the top of the dish.
  11. Cover your baking dish with foil and bake at 350° Fahrenheit for 20 minutes.
  12. Then carefully remove the foil from the dish and bake an additional 10 minutes.

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