Jewish cuisine in Italy has reached its influence to other parts of the world. Jewish cuisine, though, is known for using vegetables in most of its recipes, and artichoke is one of their favorites. In the Ghetto in Italy, there is the famous deep-fried artichoke that is crunchy in the outside, soft and buttery in the inside. It is eaten as a snack while others enjoy it as appetizer.
Our recipe for today, though, has less cholesterol in it. It is slow-cooker chicken and artichoke pasta. It is a complete meal in itself with the carbohydrates from pasta, the protein from chicken and the vitamins and fiber from the artichoke. This is a relatively easy recipe to prepare, too, and you can make a big batch of sauce, vacuum-seal it and store in the refrigerator for months to come...Read More