Grilled artichoke halves marinated in oil and salt to retain and refine the fire roasted flavor. Grown in Murcia in the southeast of Spain, a region on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, artichokes are plentiful in a number of dishes on Spanish tables, but you won’t find many other examples of this chargrilled style. For a simple pintxo, top each artichoke piece with an anchovy fillet and add a few drops of lemon juice. Pairs well with a full-bodied sherry.
One customer states, "Wow - these grilled artichokes really pack so much flavor into each bite! The slightly charred marks give a really grilled note to salads and pastas. Easily stores for weeks in the fridge."
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Ingredients: grilled artichoke halves, vegetable oil (90% sunflower oil, 10% olive oil), salt, citric acid. Net Weight: 12 ounces (340 grams). Approximately 10 artichoke halves per jar. 12 jars per factory case. Nutritional information.
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