Artichoke Cheese Melts Recipe

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ARTICHOKE Cheese Melts

Sheila Durall


My daughter asked me for a Cookbook this Christmas. Oh "NOT JUST ANY COOK BOOK" she wants Mom's cookbook.
Little did I know that most of the things I fix are just some of this and some of that. I use what ever I had onhand
at any given time with almost no measurements. I keep leftover veggies in a countainer in the freezer. After it fills up I make soups, stews and so forth.
This too was a "hmmm gotta can left over" an made for a SUPER BOWL BASH. Now it's a fast and easy dish loved by us all. WIth so many swap outs.

★★★★★ 1 vote
5 to 6
10 Min
10 Min


1 large
loaf crusty italian bread sliced bread thick about 3/4 in
1 can(s)
14oz artichoke hearts drained and chopped
1/2 c
parmesan cheese, shredded
1 c
mozzarella cheese shredded
garlic clove, finely chopped
2 Tbsp
mayo or sour cream may be sub
2 Tbsp
olive oil or butter spread over pan( cookie sheet)
salt and pepper to taste we like lots of pepper


1Preheat oven 375
oil or butter cookie sheet,If bread is fresh slice and set aside to dry out. or pop in oven for a couple minutes ( Careful there not to long)
2mix articokes, all cheese,garlic and mayo in bowl
pile this mix onto toasted bread and return to oven til bubbles and lightly browned
3depending on your oven I go about 7 to 10 minutes
serve open faced
4FOR ADD ONS you can use:shedded chicken or turkey leftovers both are good. I Place meat on bread and cheese mix on top to cover
FOR SUBS: change sour cream or cream cheese for mayo,I use this in order to have more of a spread.
This is a great simple meal.ALWAYS A HIT! I will serve with a salad or a bowl of soup.Make appetizers on baguette. I never tryed it but I was told one of my fellas made these at a tailgate party for FLORIDA vs GEORGIA . As far as I can tell if the cheese melts and the bread is toasted it's gonna be good. Go For it.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Bread
Regional Style: Southern
Other Tag: Quick & Easy