Artichoke hearts, jalapeno, and full of flavor asiago cheese makes this Artichoke Jalapeno Bruschetta a finger food you can't keep your fingers out of!
Our Sunday Supper theme today is "Finger Foods for Dinner" and believe me, I could eat a whole tray of this finger food by myself! Thank you to our host Christie from A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventure for hosting this event.
Back in 2009 I first posted my brother Phil's recipe for Brader's Artichoke Bruschetta. It is so delicious and one of my favorite appetizers ever! Today I am making it again, but I'm making it "Shelby style," meaning, with a little bit of heat and with Asiago cheese (one of my favorite cheeses!) in place of Parmesan.
I love the slight tang of the artichoke hearts combined with the strong Asiago flavor and those little bit of Jalapeno pepper pieces in the mixture give you that little kick of heat once in awhile.
I love that this recipe is so versatile that you can also just put it in a baking dish and turn it into a hot Artichoke Jalapeno dip! This is the way to go when you're taking it to a party outside of your own home. I imagine this would fare well in a slow cooker also to make transporting even easier!
Would you make any changes to this recipe to personalize it? What would you do?
- 6 slices sturdy bread (such as Trader Joe's Tuscan Pane)
- 1-14 oz jar artichoke hearts, drained and chopped
- ⅓ cup diced red onion
- 1 cup shredded or grated asiago cheese
- 2 tablespoons diced jalapeno
- 8 Tablespoons Canola Mayonnaise
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
- In large mixing bowl combine chopped artichoke hearts, red onion, asiago cheese, jalapeno and mayonnaise.
- Spread artichoke mixture evenly over 6 slices of bread. Place in oven and broil under low temperature until bread browns nicely and artichoke mixture begins to bubble.
- Alternatively you can place the artichoke mixture in a oven safe bowl and bake at 350 for about 35 minutes, until mixture is bubbly and begins to brown on top. Serve with crostini or pita chips or, if your like me, eat it by the spoonful 🙂
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I love artichokes with just about everything, but never thought about jalapenos - I will be making this soon!
I adore the idea of this on a bruscetta! Genius!
This is seriously making me drool! That cheese, the artichokes! Yum!
This sounds amazing! What a great combo of flavors, but simple too! I bet these wouldn't last long as appetizers at a party. 🙂
I know the classic artichoke dip recipe only calls for those wimpy green peppers in the little can but I always add real heat to mine too. You and I would have to fight over these, Shelby. Better make a double batch!
Cindys Recipes and Writings
I love the switch up on cheese and a bit of heat is ok with me!
I make a crab artichoke bread that I love but this Jalapeno Artichoke Bread sounds amazing!
Adding jalapenos is simply genius!!
Now this looks absolutely wonderful!!! I love artichoke and these flavors! Cheers!
bruchetta looks yumm! perfect for snacking!
love the creaminess of the artichoke with a the bit of the jalapeños! What a great combination!
I love bruschetta! This combination is going to be a winner! I'll be trying it for the next gathering we have.
Don't you just love finger foods for supper?! We do that every once in awhile - a whole pile of snacky things that add up to supper!
This looks SO good! I love anything with artichokes, and the little surprise from the jalapenos sounds delish!
Helen @ Fuss Free Flavours
I really like the idea of a hot dip and have a can of artichoke hearts in the cupboard - so I know what is for supper tonight!
This sounds fantastic! I love jalapenos and artichokes.
Linda @ With A Blast
This looks delicious and would make the perfect appetizer or snack !