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Artichoke Hearts


Taste Profile

It has mild, lemony taste.

Usage Tips

  1. Artichoke hearts can be used as pizza topping.
  2. They can be added to salads, pastas, omelets and soups.
  3. They can be used to make dips as well.


Artichoke heart is the tender fleshy centre of immature artichoke flower head. It is the inside portion which is left when the leaves are taken off and the choke is also discarded. Artichoke heart of the flower is edible.

Health benefits

  • Artichoke hearts contains fiber that helps to promote intestinal health and also helps in lowering cholesterol levels and blood sugar level.(1)
  • It contains Vitamin C that has antioxidant properties which helps to protect from damage caused by free radicals.(1)
  • It helps to treat dyspeptic problems like stomach discomfort, lack of appetite, bloating, constipation and nausea.(1)

Selection Guide

Choose artichoke heart with tightly formed fresh leaves. Avoid hard artichoke hearts as they may be old or over-mature.


Artichoke heart must be avoided by people with gallbladder disease as it may stimulate gallbladder contraction.(2)

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