11 Reviews

I really enjoyed this. Made a couple of changes: used halved grape tomatoes and substituted hearts of palm for the artichokes (I think they are very comparable). Served with a variety of mediterranean salads and a cold poached salmon. I will definately make this again, its really very fresh and light. Thanks!

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Miraklegirl December 14, 2003

We also enjoyed this immensely. I used marinated artichokes which added to the flavor a bit.

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Kimke June 10, 2003

If you love artichokes, you'll love this salad. Very fresh tasting. I used frozen artichokes, that I prepared per package instructions.

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evelyn/athens May 29, 2003

What a quick healthy salad that packs a very delightful flavor. This was a perfect light lunch when served with Herb Toast #56025 also by Pets"R"us. Made one minor change forgot to add the mint but did not miss it and will make the same way again. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl July 20, 2011

Excellent. Halved it and made for lunch today. Used sweet yellow onion and just a bit of oil. Served with grilled bread and was lovely on a hot day of swimming.

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ladypit May 31, 2010

Made half a recipe to serve with vegetarian burgers and it made a very nice meal. While making the recipe I realized I didn't have any red onion so I substituted minced shallots. Used fresh oregano and mint from my garden. A word of caution, go easy on the salt.

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PaulaG May 08, 2010

Great recipe! Easy to make and great flavor. I substituted a can of chopped tomatoes, drained, because the tomatoes at the store didn't look so great. Turned out fine. Enjoyed this salad over a few days.

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Yummy#3 February 01, 2009

This has been in my cookbook a while, but not too long because I can't turn down a good artichoke heart recipe! This recipe pleased my boyfriend and me immensely. I ran out of oregano, so fell back on some Italian seasoning, but I think the oregano alone would have been better. I did halve the olive oil, added a few kalamata olives and used dried herbs. Will make this again in the summer when tomatoes are in season. Thanks Pets!

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Kumquat the Cat's friend February 17, 2007

This was yummy! I will be making this again. I hate to admit that I did make a couple of changes. I forgot to get mint. I used garlic powder instead of fresh (it was a lazy night and I was tired of chopping after all those tomatoes. I also didn't bother with the lemon. I could not believe it, but everyone ate this!

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evewitch May 20, 2006

Very good. Made a vinegrette with the lemon, oil and herbs. Used halved grape tomatoes. Excellent !

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Caz June 21, 2005
Artichoke Salad