Carciofi alla Giudia Recipe

Enjoy tasty fried artichokes with this easy recipe for Carciofi alla Guidia, a well known dish in Roman Jewish culture.



Spring 2015

  • The artichoke has been cultivated in the Mediterranean Basin for at least a thousand years. Wild artichokes are still seen in many places, including Sicily and Northern Africa. The ubiquitous vegetable is highly appreciated in Rome and is prepared in a great number of ways. One of the favorite presentations is Carciofi alla Giudia
    Photo courtesy Andreas Dueren

Here is an easy recipe to follow for making Carciofi alla Giudia.


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