Make it a brunch to remember with this irresistible, savory tart made with tender artichoke hearts, a sprinkle of flavorful capers and lots of cheese
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As Easter and spring brunches are just around the corner, learning how to craft the perfect savory pie to add to your Sunday menu is simply essential.
And I’m not just talking about the usual quiche Lorraine or broccoli pie. Oh no! Let’s step away from the ordinary recipes and out of your comfort food, and dive headfirst into something new and fun.
I’m talking about a savory and irresistible, why-did-I-bake-just-one delicious tart made with tender artichoke hearts and flavorful capers. Mixed together with Mediterranean aromas and Italian cheeses. All served up over a perfectly buttery, made-from-scratch crust.
How can you say no to something that looks this good?!?
For this recipe I used Reese Artichoke Hearts and Reese Non Pareil Capers. What I love the most about these artichokes and capers is that they are incredibly delicious and so versatile. I use them all the time on homemade pizza (can’t do without it on a quattro stagioni), in sandwiches (love it with porchetta and fresh mozzarella), in pasta sauce (puttanesca, creamy artichokes with speck, and so many others) and on various salads.
So next time you’re at the grocery store, make sure to grab a can or two of Reese Artichokes, Hearts of Palm, Capers or Horseradish. You can check our Reese website too for more recipe ideas.
Now, let’s talk salad for a minute. When you serve a quiche or a savory tart, salad on the side is really a must. And again, you don’t have to go with the usual (read boring) plain salad. Just add a couple of more ingredients and get the most exciting salad you’ve ever tried.
Just LOOK at what I made for you today.
Isn’t this just gorgeous?!?
It’s a super easy but oh-so good lemony heart of palm and arugula salad.
All you have to do is toss some baby arugula, cherry tomatoes and hearts of palms (cut diagonally in small slices for a fun look). Drizzle with a mix of lemon, extra virgin olive oil, tiny bit of honey and, of course, salt and pepper.
And finish it off with a tablespoon of fried capers. Oh yeah, you heard me correctly! I said FRIED capers. Have you ever tried them?! They are crispy. They are salty. They add a little wow-factor for your tastebuds.
Make sure to try them out, you won’t be disappointed!