Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Marinated Artichokes

Friday, April 8, 2022

Marinated Artichokes

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My family doesn't like the traditional ham for Easter, so I've been in a pickle as to what we're going to make as a main dish this year. It will probably be a toss up between hot wings or fettuccine because my kids are weird like that. What I haven't been in a pickle about are what side dishes we're going to have. I've always been more of a side dish kind of girl anyway and my biggest problem is always narrowing it down to a select few that everyone will enjoy. I've been on a real artichoke kick lately, so it was a no brainer that this Marinated Artichoke recipe from Golden Blossom Honey was making its debut on our table this year. 
 

For a side dish recipe, you can't get any easier if you tried here. But don't let the simplicity of this recipe fool you. It's packed with lots of flavor! What I love about this recipe is that it uses ready made artichoke hearts. If you've ever tried messing with a fresh artichoke, you know that it is A LOT of work for a little bit of payoff. But here you get a big payoff without a lot of work. I like to buy the big jars of artichoke hearts from Costco and think that they work really well with in this recipe. I also like that this is a dish that can be made a day ahead of time, so you aren't as rushed to get everything on the table in time day of the event. And isn't that what holidays should be about? More time with family, less time in the kitchen. And that's worth celebrating! 

Ingredients

1 (14 ounce) can artichoke hearts, drained, reserve juice
1 1/2 Tablespoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon olive oil
1 teaspoon GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
1/2 teaspoon dried tarragon
1 garlic clove, crushed
radicchio leaves (optional)
 


 
 
 
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13 comments:

  1. It does look inviting and I am sure it will be tasty. Buying things from Costco works out to be economical at times.

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  2. More time with friends and family is the way. I'm with them on the ham. Can't even look at that anymore. Being a weirdo is fun.

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  3. I've never had me an artichoke in my life, we don't really have them here. What do they taste like, cabbagy?

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  4. I love artichoke hearts. Yummy! Everyone is coming here for Easter. I’m not sure what I’m making! Maybe pork tenderloin.

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  5. I love artichokes. The only marinated artichokes I''ve had ar ethe ones in the glass jars from the store. This sounds great.

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  6. Se ve muy rico. Te mando un beso y gracias por la receta.

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  7. Mmh, siendo sincero, eso no tiene apariencia muy apetitosa que digamos.

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  8. Every holiday meal my family makes a big platter of fried artichoke hearts or stuffed artichokes. Either way, it's breadcrumbs + artichokes. LOL This seems like a nice change. We do the ham every Easter, but most of us dislike it so my grandma makes us fried chicken cutlets with applesauce instead. With my mom being so sick, it will most likely be a somber Easter for us this year.

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  9. I'm a side dish girl too. I'd try this artichoke recipe.

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  10. It Has Never Dawned On Me To Add Honey To Artichoke Hearts - Way Cool - Have Two Clients Scheduled For Easter Sunday - Super Simple Day

    Cheers

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  11. We are hosting Easter lunch

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  12. That sounds great. :)
    I wish you and your family a happy Easter. :)

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  13. We generally eat artichoke with olive oil dish in restaurant. Because i cant make it well (Lol). This recipe looks good.

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