HOME > Chowhound > Home Cooking >

Discussion

Homemade marinated artichoke hearts?

  • 9
  • Share

I love the jarred marinated artichoke hearts, but for calorie/price purposes sometimes buy the plain water-packed kind. They never taste as good, though, so I'm wondering:

Does anyone know what spices are in the marinated ones? I'd like to be able to replicate the flavor for some dishes (I know that oil and salt are a given). Thanks!

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
Delete
Posting Guidelines | FAQs | Feedback
Cancel
  1. My favorite jarred ones have noticeable lemon juice in them.

    1. have you googled the recipe sites? i know they have lots of these recipes.....

      1 Reply
      1. re: alkapal

        Maybe I'm searching wrong, but pretty much everything I've found is just a recipe that uses them in something else, not a recipe to actually make them. I found one really simple recipe for marinated hearts, but all it had was vinegar, oil, parsley, and garlic, and the jarred ones seem to have more than that, I think. Maybe I think they're more complex than they actually are?

      2. Alton Brown (once again!) did a show a few years ago all about artichokes and made what looked like a good marinade. Check out the Food Network site.

        1. have a look at this:
          http://www.cinnamonhearts.com/Passove...

          1. here are a few...

            http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/marinate...
            http://cookingsecrets.org/canning/mar...
            http://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs...
            http://www.wchstv.com/gmarecipes/mari...

            1 Reply
            1. re: Emme

              something to be aware of, don't use fresh garlic in the oil marinade if you are not going to eat it pretty much right away -- botulism issue. (see threads on infused oils).

            2. Haven't tried this (yet), but just came across the recipe and remembered your post...
              http://www.williams-sonoma.com/recipe...

              1 Reply
              1. re: chloe103

                Oooh, yum yum--thanks guys!

                I think thyme is one of the "missing" ingredients for sure that I wouldn't have thought of, btw.