Imported Artichoke Hearts
Artichoke hearts are soft edible flower buds of the superfood artichokes. Past all the surface of artichokes are the hearts which are tender and a delicious vegetable.
No need for the nitty-gritty parts in extracting the heart from the artichoke. Here is the version readily available.
Artichoke hearts are versatile superhero vegetable with so much health benefits - provides digestive support with its good bacteria, helps reduce bad cholesterol and absorption of fats, excellent source of dietary fiber, good antioxidant for detoxification and cleansing of liver, helps lower cholesterol level, helps in cancer prevention, good source of vitamin K, potassium and folic acid, can help prevent hypertension or high blood pressure, may provide anti-aging benefits and protection against heart disease or Alzheimer's disease.
A definite must-add to your diet. Very healthy food for your recipes and meals.
Frozen, packed per 1 lb (454 g)
How to Cook Ideas
Antipasto Grilled Cheese
*recipe from from Delish.com
4 tbsp. butter, softened, divided
1 tsp. dried oregano
1 tsp. garlic powder
8 slices sourdough bread
2 c. shredded mozzarella
1/2 c. chopped artichoke hearts
1/2 c. sliced pitted black olives
1/4 lb. deli sliced ham
1/4 c. pepperoni
1/4 c. sliced pepperoncini
1/4 c. torn basil
Spread about ½ tablespoon butter onto one side of a slice of bread and sprinkle with a small pinch each of oregano and garlic powder. Place bread butter side-down on a clean working surface, then top with about a quarter each of mozzarella, artichokes, olives, ham, pepperoni, and basil. Spread another ½ tablespoon butter onto a second slice of bread and sprinkle with oregano and garlic powder. Place bread butter-side up on top of sandwich. Repeat to make 4 sandwiches.
Heat a large skillet over medium heat. Place one to two sandwiches in skillet and cook until the bottom slice of bread is golden and the cheese is starting to melt, about 4 minutes. Carefully flip sandwich and cook until golden underneath, about 4 minutes more.