Party Panache, Artichoke Parmesan Pies

This is a brilliant little bite that I wish I had created, but all the kudos go to Pattie at Olla Podrida

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My 3 year old grandson ate 2!

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Fillo cups are so handy to use, provide a great vehicle for serving appetizers without being heavy

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We love artichokes and I serve them with a sauce that is very similar to the filling in these little pies

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All you need is frozen artichoke hearts, mayonnaise, sour cream, lemon juice, garlic powder, black pepper and grated Italian cheese

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Cook the artichoke hearts, drain and chop.  Put them in a mixing bowl with all the other ingredients except cheese.

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Mix well and add cheese

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Fill the shells* and pop them in the oven at 350 for about 20 minutes

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*I filled my shells several hours ahead of baking and kept them in the fridge

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Artichoke Parmesan Pies

  • Servings: 30
  • Difficulty: easy
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adapted from Olla Podrida

1 box frozen artichoke hearts

1/2 cup mayonnaise

1/4 cup sour cream

1 T lemon juice

generous dash of garlic powder

freshly ground black pepper to taste

2-3 oz shredded Parmesan cheese

2 boxes [15 shells per box] fillo shells

Put  artichokes in a glass bowl and microwave according to package directions.  Drain and chop.  Mix artichokes with all remaining ingredients except cheese.  Once mixed add cheese.  Filling can be refrigerated at this point for several days.  When ready to cook, fill fillo shells with artichoke mixture and top with a few sprinkles of additional cheese if desired.  Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes, until hot and bubbly.  Makes 30 tartlettes

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Thanks for a great recipe Pattie!

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Here is a similar recipe that includes chicken,  Artichoke Chicken Tartlettes.    These are made with pie crust but you could use fillo shells instead for a lighter bite.  My friend Ellen, Color My World,  made them with fillo shells and took them to a party where they were a big hit

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Artichoke Mystery Bites are made with chopped artichokes, breadcrumbs, egg and cheese

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My favorite way to serve artichokes is simple, just the cooked artichoke leaves with a dipping sauce.  See Artichokes with Dreamy Lemon Sauce here

Enjoy!

for another printable version of Artichoke Parmesan Pies click here

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Comments
6 Responses to “Party Panache, Artichoke Parmesan Pies”
  1. Mary says:

    Your mini artichoke pies sound wonderful Jenna! I love the convenience of those mini fillo shells and always keep some in the freezer 🙂

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  2. Ellen says:

    I was thinking that these look quite similar to your recipe that I borrowed. This version sounds really good, too. Those mystery bites look quite luscious!

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  3. Kitty says:

    We love artichoke dip and these are like perfect, individual, bite size portions. Yum!!

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  4. Aspen Jay says:

    These would be perfect at any party! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  5. Love artichokes too and these look yummy! Just made a farro salad with artichokes and roasted red peppers:)

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  6. Debbie says:

    Your mini artichoke pies sound wonderful Jenna, and would be perfect for an upcoming girls night out at my friend’s house. Thanks for sharing!

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