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Breaded Artichokes with Spanish sauce

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 TAGS:Breaded Artichokes with Spanish sauce are part of Spanish cuisine. This simple dish is very healthy and it?s easy to cook for 4 people. Ideal to have in mind when making a family lunch.

Furthermore, artichokes are famous for the fibers, carbohydrates and protein they provide. It is highly digestive, so it works as an alternative treatment for diseases such as rheumatism, and problem of problems gallbladder stones.

Ingredients:

  • 12 Artichokes
  • 1 Carrot
  • 1 onion
  • 1 Leek
  • Half a glass of red wine, a fruity young red wine like Cariñena wine
  • 30 grams of flour
  • 600 ml of beef broth
  • Water
  • Olive oil
  • Salt
  • Parsley
  • I beaten egg 

Preparation

Step 1:
To prepare the Spanish sauce you must chop the onion, leek and carrot and put it to fry in a pan with olive oil.

Step 2:
Season, add the flour. Then pour the wine, you make it boil to get the alcohol to evaporate and then add the beef broth gradually, stirring constantly.

Step 3:
Add salt and cook everything prepared before for about 30 minutes over medium heat.

Step 4:
Triturated in a blender, strain your Spanish sauce and reserve to continue.

Step 5:
Peel the artichokes, and cook in a pan with water, salt and a few sprigs of parsley for 10 or 12 minutes. Now drain and leave them to warm.

Step 6:
Remove surface leaves of the artichokes and cut them in half, then season them to finally pass them in flour and beaten egg with salt and fry in a pan with hot oil.

Step 7:
Drain artichokes dipped in a plate with paper towels and place on a dish and prepare to serve.

Step 8:
Serve the Spanish sauce in a bowl and place the artichokes on top, you can decorate with some parsley leaves chopped very small.

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