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Spinach & Artichoke al Forno

by Keith Brunell, Dallas, TX | Written on April 27, 2011

Whether you’re entertaining or just need an easy recipe for a night in, this Spinach and Artichoke al Forno is perfect for every occasion. If you want to make it healthier try pairing with your favorite sliced vegetables. For those who are ready to indulge—pair with toasted baguette, crackers or chips along with an ice cold beer!

2 Cups Canned artichokes, drained & rinsed
2 Cups Sautéed spinach, drained & chopped into ¼” pieces
3 Tbs. Olive Oil
¼ Cup Sun-Dried tomatoes, rough chop
2 Cups Asiago Cheese, shredded
½ Cup Scallions, sliced
1 Cup Heavy Cream
1 Tbs. Parmesan cheese, grated
Salt & Pepper to taste

Pre-heat the oven to 350°. Rough chop artichokes & spinach to 1/4″. Saute Spinach in olive oil until wilted; season with salt & pepper. Place artichokes, tomatoes, spinach and scallions in a mixing bowl with grated Asiago cheese and cream. Mix with a spatula until all ingredients are incorporated. Spread the filling evenly into an oven-proof dish and sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Place dish in the center of the oven and bake for 20 minutes or until center reaches 165°. Serve with your choice of crackers, chips or toasted baguette. Serves 6.

  • Srynberk

    I wish you would put your receipe for your stuffed mushrooms, rigtoni d and lasagna.

  • Mel

    This is my favorite appetizer – thanks for sharing!

  • Lorrainecohen

    Mouthwatering. The calamari is one of my absolute favorites and the best I have had anywhere. I always order it and it is always fabulous. Love that!

  • Kduzan

    My family’s favorite is Taylor Street Baked Ziti! (And not just because they grew up on Taylor St.) I would love the recipe for that – and any tips too! Maggiano’s is even Nani (my 93 Italian Grandmother) apporoved, Clearly you’re doing something right ;-)

  • Khamant

    Yum !!! Can’t wait to try this one.

  • Erick

    I agree; the stuffed mushrooms are awesome!

  • Shenekqual

    Can’t wait to try this!!! Could it be possible to get the nutrition facts as well?

  • CC

    I agree. I grew up in California but the calamari at Maggiano’s is some of the best ever if not the best ever

  • Saj9291113

     Please tell us how you make the calamari so good and not so tough to chew. 

  • Groovychica1

    I could eat this for a meal, it is sooo delicious!!

  • Amy

    I would love to have the recipe for the stuffed mushrooms and lasagna. Everything I have had at Maggianos is great. I also love eggplant.

  • Karyn

    The chef was on the Fox 8 Morning Show in Cleveland, OH on September 20, 2011 cooking with Wayne Dawson and he made the Rigatoni D. The recipe is posted and I can’t wait to try it.  Also, glad I watched the show this morning because I will be checking out his restaurant this weekend.

  • Dayna

    I also love the stuffed mushrooms.  Ther filling is both creamy and crunchy.  Perhaps iiit is a goat cheese and coarse Italian breadcrumbs.  Anyway I love them.  I wish there was one closer to me.  

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