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Make Your Own Marinated Artichokes

Party and I are huge fans of making our own ingredients when possible, rather than using store-bought materials. We've had artichokes on the brain these days, and when she told me that she was itching to put together a classic artichoke dip, I decided I'd make my own version of canned artichokes to give to her.

Because I wanted to make a lot of cans, I doubled the recipe — and in a matter of minutes, I had bright-flavored, zesty jars of artichokes that are great edible gifts. The multi-purpose vegetables keep for up to a week and are great on everything from pastas to salads to scrambles. To get the super quick recipe,

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Marinated Artichoke Hearts

Marinated Artichoke Hearts

Recipe For Homemade Marinated Artichoke Hearts

Ingredients

1 9-oz. box frozen artichoke hearts, thawed
1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil
Kosher salt (up to 1 teaspoon or to taste)
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
1/4 teaspoon crushed red chile flakes
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

Directions

  1. Rinse artichoke hearts under cold water. Combine artichokes, oil, salt, thyme, oregano, and chile flakes in a 1-qt. saucepan set over medium-low heat. Cover and cook, stirring occasionally, until the flavors meld, 10 minutes.
  2. Let cool to room temperature and stir in lemon juice. Serve or refrigerate in a covered container for up to 1 week.

Serves 4.


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jasmineb1024 jasmineb1024 3 years
These were SO good! I had a smaller jar of artichokes that came in water so I googled artichoke heart marinate and that led me here. I'm tempted to eat the whole jar! Thanks for this recipe.
LittleMzFit LittleMzFit 7 years
Thanks Yum! :feeme: I'd rather use fresh or frozen. :raspberry: Not fond of the jarred ones although I've used them before...
Food Food 7 years
littlemzfit: Good question. You could buy fresh artichokes, <a href="http://www.yumsugar.com/3082655">trim them accordingly</a>, and then simmer them in the oil until the leaves and base are tender (about 35 minutes).
Food Food 7 years
littlemzfit: Good question. You could buy fresh artichokes, trim them accordingly, and then simmer them in the oil until the leaves and base are tender (about 35 minutes).
bluebellknoll bluebellknoll 7 years
I think if you use fresh artichoke hearts it would probably cost a fortune. This recipe sounds good but I'd rather go buy my jumbo sized jar at Costco.
LittleMzFit LittleMzFit 7 years
Yum! :feedme: I suppose one could use 9 oz. of fresh artichoke hearts, but that would be more work, wouldn't it? :)
LittleMzFit LittleMzFit 7 years
Yum! :feedme: I suppose one could use 9 oz. of fresh artichoke hearts, but that would be more work, wouldn't it? :)
chiefdishwasher chiefdishwasher 7 years
Can not wait to get these as a gift.......hint-hint!
audrina audrina 7 years
I absoluately love marinated artichokes. I can't wait to try this recipe. THANKS!
sarahcateh sarahcateh 7 years
artichokes are my faaavorite food. can't wait to try this!
Spectra Spectra 7 years
Sounds yummy, except that I'm not a huge fan of artichokes. I bet that marinade would work well on other veggies, though.
fuzzles fuzzles 7 years
Sounds yummy!
fuzzles fuzzles 7 years
Sounds yummy!
gothamgal gothamgal 7 years
Not into artichokes but this makes me wish I were.l
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