The more nutrition facts I learn about artichokes — they’re a good source of vitamin C, potassium, polyphenol antioxidants and prebiotic fiber — the more I want to incorporate them into my kitchen. After all, artichokes are delicious, too—in pasta, on pizza, or when someone else cooks them. They’re delicious in a little jar soaking in oil, too (but not nearly as healthy). They’re also an intimidating vegetable, though; all leaves and stems and parts you need to trim and discard. So I love this adorable and simple “How to Cook Artichokes” guide from Illustrated Bites.
See more recipes, nutrition facts and cooking guides — from how to use winter greens to how to make your own hot sauce — made easy and pretty at Illustrated Bites.