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Artichoke patties- Need dip suggestions

I made a bunch of artichoke patties (mashed baby artichoke hearts, lemon, breadcrumbs, eggs, grated cheese, salt pepper) and I'm looking for something fantastic to make to serve them with. Suggestions?!

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    1. re: LaureltQ

      Funny. That popped in to my head just after writing this and I just sat down from making it. I'd love more suggestions though!!!!

      1. re: ilikecandies

        no recipe but my mom called it 'mock hollandaise' and i call it mustard mayonnaise'. it's hellman's mayo to ball park yellow mustard maybe 2 to 1. plus some dijon, lemon juice, tamari. We have it w/ broccoli, asparagus, artichokes.

        1. re: ilikecandies

          i was going to suggest something completely different: lemon garlic DILL aioli. ;)

      2. http://chichoskitchen.blogspot.com/20...
        I serve artichoke patties with toum (lebanese garlic dip) simply made in the blender. Very light and airy dip so the artichoke doesn't get over powered.

        1. One more for you. We liked this with Ottolenghi's leek fritters, just process ingredients until uniform green: 1/2 cup Greek yogurt, 1/2 cup sour cream, 2 garlic cloves, crushed, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/2 cup parsley leaves, chopped, 2 cups cilantro leaves, chopped.

          1. i personally like the combo of artichokes and mushrooms, so i'd probably do a mushroom pesto of sorts... roast some garlic, toast some walnuts, saute some diced shallots with a mixture of wild mushrooms in butter and a few big strips of lemon rind, adding in some parsley and thyme toward the end. remove the lemon rinds and deglaze with a light wine. puree it all up with the roasted garlic, toasted nuts, salt, pepper, and olive oil... and make it as thin as you like.

            artichoke patties may be upcoming in this house!

            1. I know this an old thread but I made artichoke patties after reading this thread and they were good and I dipped mine in balsamic mayo and so delish. I just mixed the 2 together and loved it.

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                1. re: itsmejessica

                  Delicious!
                  Did you use fresh, frozen or canned hearts?

                  1. re: Ttrockwood

                    I used canned. It's what I had. I'm sure they would be better with fresh.