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60 Super Tasty Recipes With Artichoke Hearts For Every Occasion

Artichoke lovers are in the right place – we’ve got tons of delicious ways to cook your favorite vegetable whether you’re looking for main dishes, a tasty side dish or even a healthy breakfast!

Artichoke hearts are a healthy and delicious addition to any recipe. They are packed with nutrients and fiber, and their unique flavor pairs well with many different ingredients. We found tons of tasty artichoke recipes we hope you enjoy as much as we did!

1. Spinach Artichoke Dip

This #1 game day favorite is made with artichoke hearts, spinach, cream cheese, and Parmesan cheese is always a big hit. It is perfect for dipping bread or crackers.

2. Parmesan Baked Artichoke Hearts

These tasty bites make a great appetizer or stand alone as a light lunch.

3. Artichoke and White Bean Salad

This healthy salad is made with cannellini beans, artichoke hearts, kale, and a lemon vinaigrette dressing.

4. Greek Pasta Salad With Cucumbers & Artichoke Hearts

This colorful pasta salad features artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomatoes, Kalamata olives, feta cheese, and a variety of herbs.

5. Grilled Artichokes

Artichokes are grilled until tender and served with a garlic-lemon butter sauce. They go great with any grilled meat!

6. Chicken Artichoke Skillet

Get rave reviews taking one-pan meals to the next level with chicken breasts, artichoke hearts, mushrooms, and a white wine sauce.

7. Ham Artichoke & Lemon Pilaf

8. Spinach & Artichoke Pizza With Cheesy Bread Crust

Individual pizzas are topped with shredded mozzarella cheese, artichoke hearts, and diced tomatoes.

9. Creamy Artichoke Pasta

This rich pasta dish features a creamy sauce made with artichokes, spinach, and Parmesan cheese.

10. Spinach And Artichoke Quesadillas

Flour tortillas are filled with shredded cheese, chopped artichokes, and diced onions. They are grilled until the tortillas are crispy and the cheese is melted.

The best thing about quesadillas is that you can make them with almost anything, so feel free to experiment with other ingredients you love with artichoke hearts!

11. Artichoke And Feta Tart

This savory tart is made with a puff pastry crust and filled with a mixture of feta cheese, artichoke hearts, and eggs.

12. Artichoke Frittata With Bacon

his Italian-style egg dish is made with artichoke hearts, bacon, Parmesan cheese, and fresh herbs. Perfect for a healthy breakfast!

13. Artichoke, Tomato And Goat Cheese Tartlets

Jumbo pasta shells are filled with a mixture of ricotta cheese, artichokes, and spinach. They are baked in a tomato sauce and topped with shredded mozzarella cheese.

14. Ricotta Stuffed Shells With Spinach And Artichoke

These bite-sized tartlets are made with a flaky puff pastry crust and filled with a mixture of goat cheese, artichoke hearts, and leeks.

15. Spanakopita Filled Artichoke Bottoms

These bite-sized appetizers are made with artichoke hearts, feta cheese, and spinach wrapped in a phyllo dough crust.

16. Artichoke Hummus

If you’re looking for healthy recipes, this flavorful dip is made with cooked artichokes, chickpeas, tahini, garlic, and lemon juice. It is perfect for dipping bread or crackers.

17. Smoked Chicken, Caramelized Onion and Artichoke Pizza

This pizza is made with a BBQ chicken base and topped with artichoke hearts, onions, and cilantro.

18. Artichoke Caprese Bites

Since artichokes are native to the Mediterranean, it should be no surprise that it’s a part of many Italian recipes. This twist on the classic Caprese salad features grilled artichoke hearts, fresh mozzarella cheese, tomatoes, and a balsamic vinegar glaze.

19. Goat Cheese Baked Artichokes

Flour tortillas are filled with shredded cheese, chopped artichokes, and diced onions. They are grilled until the tortillas are crispy and the cheese is melted.

20. Artichoke Pesto Pasta

This flavorful pasta dish is made with a homemade pesto sauce made with artichokes, spinach, basil, garlic, and olive oil.

21. Shrimp & Artichoke Skewers With Green Olive Sauce

Juicy shrimp are paired with tender artichoke hearts and grilled to perfection. They are served with a lemon butter sauce.

22. Agginaropita Me Prassa (Artichoke & Leek Galette)

Flour tortillas are filled with shredded cheese, chopped artichokes, and diced onions. They are grilled until the tortillas are crispy and the cheese is melted.

23. Artichoke Chicken Salad

This healthy salad is made with cooked chicken, artichoke hearts, grapes, celery, and a light mayonnaise dressing.

24. Artichoke Spinach Dip Stuffed Mushrooms

We wouldn’t group this with easy recipes, but it’s more than worth the effort!

25. Oven Roasted Tomato And Artichoke Bisque

This creamy tomato soup is made with fresh tomatoes, artichoke hearts, and cream. It is often served with a grilled cheese sandwich for dipping.

26. Artichoke Heart & Spinach Frittata

This hearty frittata is made with eggs, chopped artichokes, spinach, onions, and Parmesan cheese. It is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

27. Artichoke And Parmesan Risotto

This creamy risotto is made with Arborio rice, chicken broth, artichoke hearts, and Parmesan cheese. It is a delicious and hearty main dish.

28. Lemony Artichoke Soup

This soup is made with artichoke hearts and a delightful citrus accent from fresh lemon juice. It is hearty and filling, perfect for a cold winter day.

29. Garlic Chicken & Artichoke Sub Sandwiches

Extra tasty ingredients mean extra tasty sandwiches – best for when you’re sick of the everyday/sandwich shop usuals.

30. Cream Of Artichoke Soup

This creamy soup is made with artichoke hearts, milk, cream, flour, and spices. It is rich and decadent, perfect for a special occasion.

31. Creamy Spinach Artichoke Soup

This healthy soup is made with artichoke hearts, spinach, chicken broth, and garlic. It is light and flavorful, perfect for anyone looking for low calorie recipes with artichoke hearts.

32. Artichoke Navy Bean Chili

This hearty chili is made with ground beef, diced tomatoes, kidney beans, artichoke hearts, and spices. It is perfect for a cold winter day.

33. Crab And Artichoke Dip

This easy side dish is a classy – and delicious! – dip.

34. Crock Pot Chicken, Artichoke And Kale Soup

This nutrient-rich soup is made with artichoke hearts, kale, chicken broth, and garlic. It is hearty and filling, fitting for a cozy winter meal.

35. Paella With Artichokes Mushrooms

This tasty take on paella is awesome for artichoke heart and mushroom lovers!

36. Cream Of Potato And Artichoke Soup

If you’re looking for an all vegetable recipe, this simple soup is made with artichoke hearts, potatoes, chicken broth, and spices. It is comforting and satisfying, perfect for a cold day.

37. Lentil Artichoke Stew

This healthy and hearty soup is made with artichoke hearts, lentils, chicken broth, and spices. It is filling and nutritious, perfect for a winter meal and possibly a tastier leftover the next day!

38. Artichoke Casserole

This hearty dish is a simple recipe for a busy night!

39. Artichoke Pasta Salad

There are so many variations there is no one best way, but this is our favorite of the pasta salads with artichoke.

40. Easy Artichoke Quiche Recipe

This one is easy because it uses Pillsbury ready-made pie crust, but still tastes fresh like homemade!

41. Greek Artichoke Chicken Kabobs

Mmmm the perfect proportion of meat, veggies and spices!

42. Air Fryer Artichoke Hearts

Can you make delicious artichoke hearts in your snazzy Air Fryer? Yes you can with this delicious recipe!

43. Italian Artichoke Salad

You had us at red wine and parmesan vinaigrette!

44. Artichoke Stuffed Chicken Breasts

Another tasty way to serve chicken and artichoke hearts.

45. Artichoke Tomato Canapes

Fresh Italian spices, mozzarella and parmesan cheese with artichoke heart in one tasty bite!

46. Cheesy Artichoke Bites

47. Crab Dip Stuffed Artichoke Hearts

48. Artichoke Hearts Stir-Fry With Italian Parsley

49. Warm Feta Dip With Artichoke Hearts

50. Cheesy Artichoke Crostini

51. Tex-Mex Poblano Artichoke Dip

This Tex-Mex twist goes so well with artichoke hearts!

52. Artichoke And Black Bean Nachos

53. Vegan Artichoke Arancini

54. Beer Battered Artichoke Hearts

55. Spinach And Brie Topped Artichoke Hearts

56. Artichoke Hearts And Prosciutto Rollups

You’ve just got to taste how well artichoke hearts and prosciutto complement each other – it’s divine!

57. Avocado Artichoke Toast With Poached Egg

Bring on breakfast with artichoke hearts, avocado, toast and poached eggs!

58. One Pot Lemon Artichoke Chicken And Rice

This is a great family meal for a busy night.

59. Artichoke Bread Pudding

Yes, a dessert with artichoke hearts in it. You’re welcome!

60. Artichoke Cakes With Cajun Remoulade Sauce

Spice it up with these mouth-watering artichoke heart cakes and the best remoulade sauce ever!

Origin of artichoke hearts

Artichoke hearts are the edible portion of the artichoke plant, which is native to the Mediterranean region. The plant has been cultivated for centuries, and its popularity has spread to other parts of the world. Artichoke hearts can be found in many supermarkets, and they are a common ingredient in Italian and French cuisine.

How to incorporate artichoke hearts into recipes

Artichoke hearts can be used in a variety of recipes, including soups, stews, salads, and pasta dishes. They can also be cooked and served as a side dish.

When incorporating them into recipes, it is important to consider the other ingredients that will be used in order to create a balance of flavors.

In particular, if you are using canned artichoke hearts be aware that some brands offer pre-seasoned marinated artichoke hearts that may not work for the recipe you want. Also check to see if your recipe calls for whole artichoke heart; oftentimes the canned artichoke hearts are quartered.

Frozen artichoke hearts typically are not pre-seasoned but be sure and read the label!

Want to use fresh artichokes? Use a steaming basket in a pot of boiling water after squeezing in a tablespoon of fresh lemon juice and a teaspoon of salt. When you stick a fork into the heart (where all the leaves attach at the top of the stem) and it’s soft – it’s ready!

Nutritional value of artichoke hearts

If healthy eating is your goal, you can’t go wrong with artichoke hearts. Artichoke hearts are a good source of vitamin C, A, and K. They are also a good source of fiber and minerals such as iron and magnesium. Additionally, they contain antioxidants that can help protect the body against cell damage.

If you’re into low-carb diets like paleo or keto, you’ll be happy to know that artichoke hearts have a total of 3 carbs, and only 1.5 net carbs. So next time you’re looking for keto-frriendly dishes, don’t forget the artichoke! Enjoy!

What is one of your favorite ways to eat artichoke hearts?