Cooking Classics: Lemon Herb Sauce

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The Technique 

Lemon Herb Sauce

Fresh artichokes make lovely starters when spring entertaining is in order & garden herbs just emerging can brighten simple sauces that pair beautifully with these gems. Once a few artichokes have been properly cooked, the end of the leaves may be dipped in the Lemon Herb Sauce. Prepare them up to two days ahead to make party day effortless & consider serving the combination for showers, birthday celebrations & Easter gatherings.

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makes about 1/2 cup

1/2 cup mayonnaise
2 Tbsp buttermilk
1 tsp fresh lemon juice
1 small garlic clove, pressed
1/4 tsp chopped fresh dill
1/4 tsp chopped fresh parsley
A pinch of kosher salt
1 {8 to 10-oz} cooked purple artichoke

Stir together the first 7 ingredients in a small bowl. Serve with the artichoke.

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How To Remove A Cooked Artichoke Heart

A few pointers will make preparing fresh artichokes for cooking applications effortless. Look to The Basics: Purple Artichokes to learn how to purchase & ready them for cooking applications. Offering fresh artichoke leaves as an appetizer is such a lovely way to get elevated gatherings underway but it is the tender heart that is anticipated the most. 

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The Technique

Trimming artichokes properly will be necessary. Cut about 3/4-inch of the top of the artichoke off to partially expose the heart in the center then cook as directed.

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Gently peel back the outer leaves of the cooked artichoke to expose the heart.

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Remove the heart from the core base. Slice the artichoke in half or into quarters. Serve with the Lemon Herb Sauce or use it in salads & side dishes to elevate lovely meals. 

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