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Artichoke Hearts, Water, Salt And Citric Acid.
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4.4 x 2.9 x 2.9 inches
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We purchased these quartered artichoke hearts via Prime Pantry and will be ordering more. Used them with pasta for dinner tonight and we were oohing and ahhing over their goodness...
I'd glazed over the preparation directions and later realized I combined the cold and the hot directions, haha. Marinated them in a bit of olive oil and red wine vinegar and then sautéed in some butter and garlic. Turned out amazing in our sauce.
These are nonGMO and the ingredients are simple. Easy flip top cans. Recommended. Uploading some photos so you can get a closer look. Smile. Hope this helps.
I order these Reese artichoke heart quarters regularly. I use them in salads, vegetable mixes and other things. They are as good quality as other brands I've tried that are the same or higher priced.
YES, there is quite a bit of variation from can to can in size and quality of the pieces. Some cans have small quarters that are very tender. Others have large quarters with layers of outer leaves that have to be discarded. However, for the price I feel these are a good value, especially when you eat artichokes regularly.
I have purchased other brands that "smell tinny" when you open the can and even rinsing the product well does not remove that smell and taste. I have not (yet) had that problem with the Reese brand. Therefore it is my continuing "go to" brand of canned artichoke heart quarters.
These artichoke hearts are packed in water and healthy and delicious. They are very versatile and can be eaten in a salad or made an integral part of a hot dish. They cook well. I bake them with either fish or chicken, and they add a unique flavor to my dish and still maintain their texture after baking. I always have several cans on hand in the pantry to spice up a dish in a pinch.
Added these to some parmesan noodles and chicken. I reserved the liquid from the can (seemed to have a nice artichoke taste absorbed into it) and reduced it down with chicken stock. Added in a little bit of oregano and sun dried tomato. Tossed my seared chicken and sauteed artichoke hearts in the reduction.
Overall, very good. I tried one prior to cooking with it, as they can be served cold in a pasta salads (or regular salads). Little salty, but in a good way. For the price, you get an impressive amount of artichoke hearts, the can is really filled.
These artichokes are delicious! They are the same flavor, texture, and consistency as most of the other artichoke brands that I've tried from local grocery stores. The price is also the same or slightly lower on Amazon (depending on if you get them on sale at the grocery store or buy the store brand).
This brand comes packed in water rather than oil (as other reviewers have mentioned), which I prefer because it significantly cuts down on the calorie count and gives you the control to add oil when you use them for cooking. I've used these artichokes in everything from pasta dishes and stuffed chicken to artichoke dips and casseroles. The only thing I would not use them for is on an hors d'oeurves tray unless I had marinated them in something because they don't have any extra flavor and would probably start to get dry if left sitting out for a period of time since they aren't packed in oil. I also like that these artichokes come quartered rather than whole, which saves time on chopping and actually makes the chopping easier because you aren't trying to cut through the more firm outer leaves (not that any of the leaves are "hard" per se - just more firm than the very tender center of the hearts). They are also the perfect size to throw into a pasta salad as is without having to further chop them up.
The reason I gave these artichoke hearts 4 stars instead of 5 is because my Amazon Prime box arrived completely mangled and the cans were dented. (The box had obviously been dropped and the bottom had busted open, as there was clear non-Amazon tape all around it upon arrival.) However, after I contacted Amazon's Customer Service Department and sent pictures, they did give me an Amazon credit for the entire cost of that Pantry box, which in my opinion, more than made up for the damages.
Pre-quartered artichoke hearts are a boon to the busy cook. Pop the can and toss with hot pasta, fold into a chicken casserole, or scatter over a salad. And these are packed in water, so YOU control the oil content and flavor in your finished dish. AND the two times I've purchased this item, the price through Prime Pantry was fantastic. Keep these deals coming, Amazon! (And another great product from Reese!)
I ordered this product due to reviews and the excellent ingredient list (just artichoke, water, salt and citric acid). And surprisingly for canned products, they are not very salty, which is great. The fact that the artichoke are quartered is very convenient; I just add them to salads. What I find missing is the taste. There is a hint of artichoke flavor, but the product was more on the bland side. I expect a punch of flavor from my artichokes.