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Recipe Name: Agineres Me Avgolemono (artichokes With Egg And Lemon Sau Submitted by: Administrator
Source: Source Description:
Ethnicity: Greek Last Modified: 2/22/2014
Base: Vegetables Comments:
Preparation Time:
Number of Servings: 4

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10/13 . Courtesy Mark Herron.
The classic Greek sauce, avgolemono, is a great low-fat alternative to
the melted butter, mayonnaise or vinaigrette dipping sauces usually
served with artichokes. Snap the stems off four large artichokes and
trim the bases so that they will sit upright on a plate. Boil a
potful of water to which you have added the juice of a lemon and a
pinch of salt. Drop the artichokes in and boil for 30 minutes or
until they are tender. Test by pulling off an outer leaf and trying
the flesh at the base for tenderness. Meanwhile, in another saucepan,
bring a cup of chicken stock to the boil. In a cup, mix about
two-thirds of a tablespoon of cornflour with a little water until it
is smooth and add to the boiling stock, stirring until it thickens.
Separate 3 eggs, beat the whites until they hold stiff peaks, then add
the yolks and continue beating tin the whole mass is fluffy. Still
beating, add the juice of a lemon and pour in the boiling stock. Pour
this mixture back into the stock saucepan, and stir it over a low heat
for a couple of minutes. It must not boil. Place the artichokes in
the centre of warmed plates and pour the avgolemono over them. Serve.
Makes 4 servings. From "Raw Materials" by Meryl Constance, The Syndey
Morning Herald, Posted by Stephen Ceideberg; October 30 1992. File

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