This wonderful artichokes barigoule recipe from Martin Wishart is a delicious way to enjoy artichokes when they are in season. A popular Provençal dish, the barigoule can be made vegetarian by using vegetable stock instead of chicken stock.
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Tie the fennel seeds in a muslin cloth and set aside
1 pinch of fennel seeds
Heat the olive oil in a large pan over a medium heat. Add the artichoke hearts and season with a pinch of salt. Add the diced carrot and celeriac and cook for 2-3 minutes - making sure they do not colour
6 globe artichoke hearts
200ml of extra virgin olive oil
Turn up the heat. Add the wine and garlic to the pan and cook until almost dry
175ml of white wine
3 garlic cloves
Add the fennel seeds (tied in muslin), chicken stock and caster sugar to the pan. Turn down the heat and simmer the artichokes until they are just cooked through (up to 5 minutes) and the liquid is reduced - the artichokes are cooked when a sharp knife is inserted and there is no resistance
250ml of chicken stock
7 pinches of caster sugar
Add the white wine vinegar to the pan. Remove the muslin cloth containing the fennel seeds from the pan. Divide the artichokes barigoule across plates and serve immediately
1/2 tbsp of white wine vinegar
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