What is your favorite dipping sauce for artichokes?

I need to change things up from my normal mayo, dill, and lemon sauce. Ideas?

  • Posted by: lloreen
  • November 6, 2016
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Susan W
Susan W November 6, 2016

I like a lemon garlic aioli with a dash of cayenne(I know..you've been there, done that), curried mayo (love) and bagna cauda.

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dinner at ten
dinner at ten November 8, 2016

Bagna cauda sounds like a great idea for artichokes -- I will have to try that.

ChefJune
ChefJune November 6, 2016

Melted butter mixed with lemon juice.

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pierino
pierino November 6, 2016

I like them Roman style---although they are not for dipping. You trim all the tough parts off down to the tender leaves, clean out the choke peel the stem and eat almost the whole thing with olive oil, mint, parsley and lemon.

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creamtea
creamtea November 6, 2016

I like plain mayo, plain melted butter, or plain lemon, squeezed over.

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BerryBaby
BerryBaby November 7, 2016

Fresh lemon juice, nothing else.

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amysarah
amysarah November 7, 2016

With a hot steamed artichoke, melted butter with a squeeze of lemon (sometimes a dash of Tabasco too.) If the artichoke is served chilled, a good mustardy vinaigrette.

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Shuna Lydon
Shuna Lydon November 7, 2016

Melted salted butter, or mayonnaise.

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dinner at ten
dinner at ten November 8, 2016

Chermoula is really good with artichokes. April Bloomfield's lemon-caper dressing is also great: https://food52.com/recipes...
Other tart, herby sauces are good too, like Green Goddess dressing (I like the recipe from Gwyneth Paltrow, although I find the source a little embarrassing).

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