1. Are the artichoke hearts seasoned and brined? I haven’t used canned before. I have frozen artichoke hearts I’d like to use but I’m wondering if I’ll need to add seasoning. Thanks!

    1. You won’t need to season any more – the other flavors will have it covered!

  2. Pasta + one-dish = 3 words that will always get my attention. This sounds and looks good except I will replace the artichokes with mushrooms 🙂

  3. Made this tonight! I am amazed because my 3 year old ate artichoke hearts – by choice – for the first time ever, after several times of previously trying and spitting out. (I don’t think she realized she has ever had them before). Thanks for the recipe!!

  4. Thanks Kayse,
    I’ll have to see if we can get ground turkey (or we would call it minced turkey in Australia).

  5. I love that this can easily be modified to be GF

  6. Anna Tucker says:

    I have all the ingredients already!! Trying it tonight!

  7. Renee Geisel says:

    Sounds amazing I can not wait to try this for my family!!

  8. Yummy looking recipe!

  9. Can’t wait to try this recipe!

  10. I’m inspired by how delicious, yet totally easy this looks!

  11. This looks absolutely delicious! And Lord knows, I need more easy meals in my family’s lives.

  12. Dawn Kaser says:

    This looks so YUMMY and so EASY to make! Two of my favorite words! Thank you so much!

  13. I always love easy especially on school days. Thanks for the recipe.

  14. Diane Collins says:

    I have to try this! Sounds yummy!

  15. Other than the cheese, I could totally make this recipe! I love all in one pot recipes like this! 🙂

  16. I can’t wait to try this!

  17. Janice Tate says:


    I made something similar to your recipe once, it was chicken instead of turkey and spinach instead of artichokes and no pesto, I’m going to seriously make this for us for our Sunday brunch!
    Big Tight Hugs,

  18. This looks yummy, healthy, and super easy! Thanks!

  19. This looks really good!!

  20. Nicole N. says:

    This looks awesome! I have been trying to put together a rotation of each and healthy meals since I got out of the habit of cooking real dinners after our baby was born.

  21. Sounds like it has to be delicious!! I think I need to make this soon – I even have artichoke hearts in the fridge!

  22. I cannot wait to try this

  23. Looks delicious! Will try next week.

  24. Rachel Stein says:

    I am always on the look-out for a one-dish wonder! This sounds amazing! Thanks for sharing!

  25. This looks delicious!!!

  26. I love easy meals! Thanks for the recipe!!!

  27. Yum – I might just have to make this tonight!

  28. Looks quick, easy, and delicious!

  29. This just may become a new family favorite!!

  30. This just may become a new family fave!!

  31. This looks delicious! I bet it’s a crowd pleaser!

  32. Christine says:

    This sounds and looks delicious! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  33. Amanda R. in Louisville says:

    Yum! I feel like with artichoke hearts, a little goes a long way. Do they over-power this dish? I can’t wait to try this, even if I do only use 2/3 the artichoke to start. My mouth is watering just thinking about trying this recipe, though. 🙂

  34. Laura Lee says:

    Excited to try this new recipe. LOVE a one dish recipe! Thanks.

  35. This looks like it’s going on my menu plan this week!

  36. My roomie and I are obsessed with pasta bakes – especially after we made a ton of pasta for a church event.

  37. This looks awesome! Thanks for the great idea!

  38. I haven’t really tried anything with artichokes before, but this looks like it’s worth a try!

  39. Oh wow, just found dinner for tonight, seriously! Yum, thanks!

  40. Franziska Martin says:

    Hmmm, sounds delicious. I definitely will try this dish!

  41. I found this dish while searching for meals that I could freeze ahead of time (for some new parents :D). How long would you cook this out of the freezer?

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