Friday, May 20, 2016

CAN ARTICHOKES COOK IN WINE

Love this dish to serve
with fish or pasta.
I notice plenty of recipes
that use fresh artichokes
and several steps to make it,
 which I personally do not have the time.
I decide to take a recipe
that I found Epicurious
and modify it as an easy version.
I used can heart artichokes
yes is tastes amazing but with less work.
Try it for let me know what you think.

CAN ARTICHOKES COOK IN WINE

INGREDIENTS

1/4 Cup of Olive Oil
1 Can 14 oz Reese Hearts Artichokes drain
1/4 Cup of White Wine 
(Sauvignon Blanc is what I use)
1 Teaspoon Italian Seasoning
1 Garlic Clove (peeled)
1 Teaspoon Capers (rinsed)
Salt and Pepper to taste
Slice of lemon to garnish (optional)

DIRECTIONS
Drain the can of artichokes
In a Medium skillet 
heat the oil and cook the one garlic clove
 until fragrant  (remove set aside)
Add the drain artichokes to skillet
Season with salt and pepper
and 1 teaspoon of Italian Seasoning
add the 1/4 Cup of White Wine
Simmer until it reduces
add the capers
and the cook garlic clove
cook for additional 4 minutes.
Pour in a bowl and garnish with the lemon slice.
Serve

IMPORTANT INGREDIENT NOTE
I use this brand Reese Hearts Artichokes 
because is in water.
Is important not to use artichokes in oil.

Reese Artichoke Hearts

Mezzetta
Favorite Capers

 Final Result
 Enjoy




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46 comments:

  1. I don't have a lot of experience with artichokes so thanks for sharing this recipe.
    Happy Friday.
    BEAUTETUDE

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  2. Great tip that of using heart artichokes. Thanks for this easy recipe. Have a wonderful Friday!

    Jasmine x

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  3. Wine can enhance the taste of the food! I love it

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  4. This is so simple and yummy.. wud love to try it..Thanks fr sharing.. Happy weekend

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    1. Try it, you wont be disappointed, enjoy your weekend.

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  5. have a delicious Friday! Kiss

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  6. I've never had artichokes..thanks for sharing this. Happy Friday!
    xo, Lily
    Beauty With Lily

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    1. This version could be your first time let me know if you decide to try it.

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  7. Me parece una receta fácil, sana y deliciosa. Gracias wapa. Buen fin de semana

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  8. I love to take shortcuts too, Jackie! If there is a faster way to get it done, why not? I love everything that is cooked in wine. And this looks delish! Happy weekend, love!

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  9. Yummy! I can definitely see this going well with fish or pasta.

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  10. great post :) have a nice weekend :)

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  11. Sounds like a pretty good recipe. Thanks so much for sharing doll. Happy weekend. x
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  12. Looks like a yummy one. I haven't tried articoke before though. Will have to some day.

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  13. Que delicia amei a receita arrasou na dica,
    tenha uma semana abençoada.
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  14. Mmmh.. I like to eat this with pasta. Right now. ;)
    Happy weekend dear Jackie

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  15. I've never tried artichokes before, I'm a bit scared I won't like them, haha.

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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  16. I can already taste this in my mouth just by reading the ingredients and you added capers too, that's a major win for me there. Another great recipe, Jackie.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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  17. oh, wow... thanks for the tip. will try this. :)

    It’s A Girl Thing

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  18. De-lish and Brava- a great recipe and a time saver, too! I love artichokes and capers!
    xx, Elle
    http://www.theellediaries.com/

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  19. Lovely post hun! I like this so much.

    JENNEROUTFITS.COM a blog dedicated to kendall and kylie jenner’s best outfits.

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  20. Sounds really delicious!!

    Happy weekend :)

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  21. I have never had artichokes before; this is a great recipe though. Have a fun and beautiful weekend.

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  22. What a delicate dish, Jackie, artihokes in white wine is also an Italian recipe :)

    xoxo
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  23. I've never had artichokes before. Thanks for sharing this recipe! Have a great weekend Jackie!

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  24. Such a great recipe! Thanks for sharing and have an awesome new week!

    Style For Mankind
    Bloglovin

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  25. I've never eaten an artichoke. I wonder how it tastes.

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  26. This is such a refreshing recipe, I'm sure it pairs extremely well with seafood. Thanks for sharing Jackie, have a peaceful Sunday.

    Keisha xo
    The Chrysalis Gal

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  27. Oh this sounds so good, I wish I had more time to cook!

    Allie of ALLIENYC
    www.allienyc.com

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  28. I am just like u don't have the time. I love to cook but I am looking for something easy and fast to do.
    Love the recipe. And I will try for sure.
    Xoxo.
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  29. This looks very yummy recipe, Have a nice week Jackie :) x
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  30. We don get artichoke here, but it looks yum.

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  31. Never tried this but it sure does look tasty! :)

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  32. That is so interesting! I will have to try that!
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