6 November 2012

Artichokes pie (from my mom recipes)




 
 
 
 
 
 This recipe is delicious for  lunch or dinner. It is prepared in just 30 minutes and often provides leftovers for a nutritious snack or "next day" meal.
 
 Made with fresh or  canned artichokes, this pie  is another way to fit vegetables into a meal. .
 
This artichokes pie is part of old recipes of my Mom cook book.
We always ate when we were childs all the time.
The funny is I mad ewhen I begin this blog but Im sure nobody remember and in these times I hadn't a camera so dont have pictures.
Now I review the recipe and take pictures is absolutely nice and delicious:)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ingredients 
 
Filling
 
  2 cans  artichoke hearts, coarsely chopped and pressed in strainer to drain thoroughly or frozen artichokes.
(or  4 fresh artichokes)
3 tablespoon of oil
2 tablespoons of all purpose flour
3/4 cup of milk
grated nutmeg
3 tablespoon of grated cheese (parmesan)
3 eggs
salt
 
Dough
 
 3 cups of all purpose flour
  3 tablespoon of butter
 1/3 cup of milk
salt
you need too a large pyrex round or oval
 
Filling
 
In a large sauce pan place the vegetal oil and heat slowly and add the flour, stir well, and when begin to get thicker add slow the milk and stir(how to make a white sauce)

Add to the white sauce the artichokes food,parmesan cheese, salt and grated nutmeg.
By the other side whisk the whites  and to the artichoke mix, stir and finally add the yolks, cook for a 3 to 4 minutes and set aside.



Note: to the artichokes food, usually I make this the day before,take out the artichokes food of the leaves with a teaspoon and reserve in a tupper or a bowl and keep to the fridge.



DOUGH

Over the kitchen table place the flour and add the butter making crumbs, add salt (a teaspoon) and add the milk 

Knead it gently until it forms a ball, wrap the pastry in cling film and chill for 20 minutes room temperature.
Preheat the oven at 180°c.

 On a lightly floured surface, roll out two-thirds of the pastry and use it to line the base and sides of a 24cm pyrex
Add the artichokes mixture in  and then distribute .

 On a lightly floured surface, roll out the rest of the pastry, then lay on top of the pie, pushing in the edges to seal well.  Decorate the top with leaves made from any leftover pastry. Brush the top of the pie with yolk and milk

Bake on  oven by 25 minutes  or until is golden brown.

Let chill by a while before serving.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

EN ESPAÑOL
 
PASTEL DE ALCACHOFAS
 
 
Esta receta la puse hace tiempo en el blog pero hace tanto tiempo que seguro casi nadie la conoce (estaba recién empezando) ahora la revisé, la corregí y le agregué fotos, cuando empezé no tenía cámara.
Se puede hacer con alcachofas frescas, congeladas o en tarro.
Aquí en Chile ahora tenemos muchas alcachofas y estan muy buenas, esta temporada lo he hecho dos veces.
La masa es como de empanada pero liviana y queda muy bueno.
Esta receta es de la colección de recetas originales de mi mamá y una de las primeras recetas que aprendí a hacer.
 
Ingredientes
 
Relleno
 4 alcachofas cocidas (retirar con una cucharita raspando la comida de las hojas y las bases)
o 2 tarros de alcachofas estrujadas y molidas
o congeladas
3 cucharadas de aceite
2 cucharadas de harina
 3/4 taza leche (si es necesario agregar un poco más)
1/2 cucharadita nuez moscada en polvo
3 cucharadas queso parmesano rallado
3 huevos
sal

Masa

3 tazas de harina sin polvos de hornear
3 cucharadas de mantequilla (o margarina)
sal
1/3 taza de leche
1 pyrex redondo u ovalado

Preparación
 

82 comments:

  1. Wow Gloria it's so beautiful!!
    An old fashion pie!
    Un beso

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  2. Hi Gloria. Excellent post and it looks delicious. Take care and thank you.

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  3. Oooh...I've never had anything like this! I want a BIG piece! :)

    You make your crust just how I love it....extra thick and flaky! It's my favorite part of any pie...sweet or savory!

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    1. Is my favorite part too lol in sweet an savoy pies!:))
      You would love this Betsy.look the leaves? I used a cut cookie to them!

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    2. Yes, your crust is gorgeous! I love the leaves!

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  4. Que buena pinta!! nunca he preparado un pastel de alcachofas, seguro que está delicioso! Besos

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    1. gracias Rosana, es una receta muy especial:)

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  5. looks so delicious, artichoke and cheese is a great combination!

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  6. Your pie looks so rustic and beautiful and filling sounds delicious.

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    1. Yes Tama I think my style is country/rustic LOL

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  7. una torta rustica ed appetitosa, baci

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  8. Sounds like a grand pie indeed. The cat would sure feed.

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    1. The. Cat; the cat sigh!!!
      Maybe if he like my food he stops bury me:(

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  9. I have not tried cooking with artichoke before and this pie looks wonderful.

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  10. Delicioso me encanta...la alcachofa y en pie...debe estar de vicio.

    Besos!

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  11. I love artichokes dearly so this sounds wonderful to me!

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  12. a delicious pie Gloria, very tasty!

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  13. What a lovely baked, Gloria. I think people of NY & NJ would appreciate if they can have some of yours. Hope you're having a wonderful day.
    Kristy

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  14. This is such a nice pie Gloria! I love family recipers, tried and true recipes! :) Whe I was a kid I would have those frozen chicken pot pies, the crust was the only part I would eat :)

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  15. never eatern artichokes before, but it sound really good!

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    1. You have to try artichokes Sonia are really delicious and healthy, good for you and in this pie is special and good!

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  16. Mmmmm....I love artichokes, but have never seen an artichoke pie! I'd love to try this beauty. Isn't it funny to look back at some of our early blog posts? I need to update some photos badly!!! xo

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    1. Oh yes Lizzy when I see sometimes old photos of my posts sometimes I dont like and remember this times I havent camera, I used my cell LOL but is true we always want to make all the best LOL

      I made this recipe always when I made cooking class and the people loves!

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  17. intersting....artichokes were one of those things as kids we thought were no good at all...ha...i would def try this though...they have grown on me over the years...

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    1. I dont know Brian I always love artichokes and maybe is cause my mom made this pie all our life and we enjoy.
      Ditto dont like artichokes but he eat so happy this pie he love the crust!

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  18. Me encanta, en casa mi marido y yo nos peleamos por los corazones de alcahuciles! Besos,

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  19. A lovely artichoke pie, Gloria! Beautifully presented too.

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  20. I have never tried an artichok pie and it looks so delicious!

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  21. Love artichoke pie, haven't made it in a while. So good. xo

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  22. I really like artichokes, so I know I would love this.

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  23. Gloria, This is absolutely a new idea for us! An artichoke pie...why not!! We like artichokes...cheese...pie crust...etc. Thanks for the idea... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  24. I've never tried artichoke with pie before, but I love artichoke and this sounds fantastic, Gloria! Very unique savory pie and I love it!

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  25. I have always wanted to try artichoke, the fresh ones are extremely expensive over here! Your pie looks delicious!

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  26. Adoro i carciofi e la tua torta salata è davvero favolosa. Un bacio, buona giornata

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  27. Gloria this is a wonderful pie! Bookmarking! Ciao.

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  28. Adoro las alcahofas, nuca me las he servido así, creo que vale la pena intentarlo, se ve muy rico.
    Saludos.

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    1. me encantan las alcachofas tambien Pamela, vale la pena además te encantará la masa es muy buena!

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  29. It looks and sounds GREAT!

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  30. I'm a HUGE artichoke fan, so I know I'd LOVE this. Definitely going to make it!

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    1. Joanne this is the type recipe that you really would enjoy!!
      Love artichokes too!

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  31. This is indeed a very interesting recipe . Looks & sounds so good! I LOVE artichoke but never try in pies! MOM's recipe is always the best & this recipe is fantastic! :)

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    1. Kist this is so good one recipe, my mom make all the times and me too:)

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  32. adoro le torte salate....e questa è squisita.....

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  33. Hi Gloria!!!!

    I just had to stop over when I saw this pie. I knew it just had to be something special and so it is!!! Thank you so much for sharing your Mom's recipe and a teeny bite of Gloria food "history."

    Stay well, Louise

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    1. Thanks Louise you know I love YOU STOPPING BY, I miss you Louise :)
      I think you woud enjoy this recipe is really delicious!
      xo

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  34. Que delicia Gloria....las alcachofas como sea me gustan y asi se ven deliciosas!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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    1. a mi tambirn Marcela siempre me han gustado las alcachofas!

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  35. What a great idea Gloria - I would never have thought of using artichokes this way - delicious!
    Mary x

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    1. Thanks Mary hope all goes well now you have power:)

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  36. Wow Gloria, what a awesome pie...artichoke filling sounds delicious...thanks for sharing you mom's recipe.
    Hope you are having a wonderful week :)

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    1. Thanks Juliana hope you have a good one too :)

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  37. looks tasty and so sweet to make your mums recipe

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    1. Thanks Rebecca, my mom have amazing recipes:)

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  38. A splendid looking pie! I really love that filling. Quite original.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  39. What a gorgeous pie! Who wouldn't want that for dinner?

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    1. Ok Asmita you would come to dinner!:))

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  40. bien original avec les artichauts, je note
    bonne soirée

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  41. Very creative recipe. I have never heard of artichkoe pie. It looks yummy!

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  42. You should have your own cookery show! :-) A ver, que te detiene? Agarra la camera y no pares hasta youtube! :-)

    Greetings from London.

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  43. Hello, Gloria.

      Your exquisite work leads my impression.
      The passion for the art.  It is universal.

      Thank you visit to my garden.
      The prayer for all peace.

    Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma❃

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    1. Thanks Ruma and Happy to see you again:)

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  44. wow!!! que original!! de alcachofas...debe de tener un sabor muy particular.
    Gloria, hay una invitación para ti en mi casita, aunque sé que tus entradas son solo de cocina =P..espero que vayas...besos! =)

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    1. Me encantan las alcachofas! apenas puedo voy Emma!

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