Artichoke Hearts

Artichoke Hearts

Since fresh artichoke hearts are very expensive and a little more elaborate to prepare, I usually take the pickled artichoke hearts out of the glass for cooking. Unfortunately, there is not much left of the delicate nutty taste that artichokes have. When pickled in a vinegar solution, the artichokes taste slightly sour. Better to invest some more money and buy the artichokes hearts soaked in a herb oil mixture.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
56 kcal
12 g
2 g
0 g

Recipes with Artichoke Hearts

Antipasti plate
Antipasti plate For the antipasti plate, first cut off a lid from the tomatoes. Remove cores. ...
Artichoke Hearts
Artichoke Hearts can be served hot or cold. Drain the artichokes hearts, cut in half and place on kitchen paper to dry. ...
Artichokes flat bread
Artichokes flat bread tastes best fresh from the oven. For artichokes flat bread first mix flour with salt. ...
Artichokes Goulash
Artichokes Goulash For artichokes goulash first blanch paprika with boiling water. Leave to swell for 10 minutes. ...
Artichokes Minced meat Noodle Casserole
Artichokes Minced meat Noodle Casserole For artichokes minced meat noodle soufflé first preheat the oven to 200° C. Finely dice the onions and garlic. ...
Artichokes Mozzarella Antipasti
Artichokes Mozzarella Antipasti is quick and easy to prepare. Preheat the oven to 250° C. ...
Artichokes Potato Salad
Artichokes Potato Salad Artichoke Potato Salad is prepared with pickled artichoke hearts. Pell potatoes boil. ...
Artichokes Roast beef Meat Salad
Artichokes Roast beef Meat Salad is served with a creamy sauce that is spicy. For the meat salad roast beef cold cuts in strips cut. ...
Artichokes Tuna Salad
Artichokes Tuna Salad For artichoke tuna salad, first drain artichoke hearts, quarter them and put them in a salad bowl. Dice the peppers and add them. ...

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