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POSTED SEP 19, 2022


Why Artichokes?

Artichokes are sometimes referred to as a “superfood” due to their high amounts of vitamins and nutrients. This Mediterranean native vegetable has a sweet, earthy taste that can be added to just about any meal or enjoyed on its own as a healthy snack.

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Health Benefits

Not only are artichokes delicious, but they are also very a healthy and nutritious addition to your diet. Artichokes are loaded with many important nutrients, such as vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B6, calcium, and potassium.

Great For:

  • Lowering cholesterol
  • Improving liver health
  • Aiding in digestion
Olives

Health Benefits

Not only are artichokes delicious, but they are also very a healthy and nutritious addition to your diet. Artichokes are loaded with many important nutrients, such as vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B6, calcium, and potassium.

Great For:

  • Lowering cholesterol
  • Improving liver health
  • Aiding in digestion

Different Ways to Cook Artichokes

Whether it’s fresh from the ground or right out of the can, there are many different ways to cook and enjoy the mighty artichoke.

Fresh artichokes can be steamed, broiled, or grilled, but must be prepped beforehand. The heart of the artichoke is surrounded by petals that act as a barrier. The stems and leaves are cut and trimmed in order to reach the heart. The heart is the sweet, tender meaty center, containing a delicious earthy flavor.

Canned and jarred artichokes are already prepped and packed in brine to help maintain freshness and make for a great shelf-stable product. You can enjoy artichokes as a snack, right from the jar, or add them to your own recipes. Artichokes add depth to any of your favorite chicken, pasta, or risotto recipes.

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Different Ways to Cook Artichokes

Whether it’s fresh from the ground or right out of the can, there are many different ways to cook and enjoy the mighty artichoke.

Fresh artichokes can be steamed, broiled, or grilled, but must be prepped beforehand. The heart of the artichoke is surrounded by petals that act as a barrier. The stems and leaves are cut and trimmed in order to reach the heart. The heart is the sweet, tender meaty center, containing a delicious earthy flavor.

Canned and jarred artichokes are already prepped and packed in brine to help maintain freshness and make for a great shelf-stable product. You can enjoy artichokes as a snack, right from the jar, or add them to your own recipes. Artichokes add depth to any of your favorite chicken, pasta, or risotto recipes.

Artichoke Recipes

ARTICHOKE PROSCIUTTO SHOOTER

ARTICHOKE PROSCIUTTO SHOOTER

ARTICHOKE ARUGULA CROSTINI

ARTICHOKE ARUGULA CROSTINI

ARTICHOKE FRITTATA

ARTICHOKE FRITTATA

SHRIMP & ARTICHOKE RISOTTO

SHRIMP & ARTICHOKE RISOTTO

SUN DRIED TOMATO & ARTICHOKE STUFFED CHICKEN

SUN DRIED TOMATO & ARTICHOKE STUFFED CHICKEN

PASTA WITH ARTICHOKES & SUN DRIED TOMATOES

PASTA WITH ARTICHOKES & SUN DRIED TOMATOES

SPINACH, ARTICHOKE & PESTO PIZZA

SPINACH, ARTICHOKE & PESTO PIZZA

ROASTED CHICKEN WITH ARTICHOKE & CITRUS SALAD

ROASTED CHICKEN WITH ARTICHOKE & CITRUS SALAD

ARTICHOKE CAPONATA OVER MAHI MAHI

ARTICHOKE CAPONATA OVER MAHI MAHI