4 Ingredient Spinach and Artichoke Tart. Trust me, you need this! All of the ingredients are found at Trader Joe’s.This tart was absolutely delicious!!
Supremely flakey, savory, with loads of artichoke flavor! This Spinach and Artichoke Tart is the ultimate recipe to throw together if you’re having people over and want something to WOW without a huge effort.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU DON’T LIVE NEAR A TRADER JOE’S
This recipe is entirely based around the Trader Joe’s Chunky Artichoke and Jalapeño Dip, which happens to be one of my favorite TJ’s products EVER! It’s artichoke forward, with a cream cheese and Monterey Jack base, and a hint of heat of jalapeño. SHE THICK!
If you don’t have access to a beloved TJ’s, swap with your favorite artichoke dip but be mindful of the above ingredients. Meaning, you want something THICK and RICH. A runny dip won’t fly or shine in this recipe. You can certainly scale back the dip and add your own grated cheese, extra artichokes etc.
4 Ingredient Trader Joe’s Spinach and Artichoke Tart
- 1 medium non-stick skillet
- 1 Rolling Pin may use wine bottle
- 1 paring knife for trimming pastry
- 1 baking sheet
- 1 basting/pastry brush
- 1 Pizza Cutter
- 1 sheet thawed all-butter puff pastry thaw overnight in the fridge
- 8 pieces quartered artichoke hearts I prefer the jar of marinated to canned
- 170 g baby spinach 1 bag
- 5 oz Trader Joe's Chunky Artichoke and Jalapeño Dip ½ container; SEE NOTES
- 1 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
- Preheat the oven to 425°F and set a rack to the middle position.
- In a medium frying pan/skillet, heat olive oil over medium heat. Add fresh spinach and sauté until liquid is evaporated and spinach has reduced; set aside.
- Roll out pastry dough on a lightly floured surface. I rolled mine into roughly a 8×10 shape. Trim excess pastry to create a uniform piece.
- Brush a 1 inch perimeter of the pastry with extra-virgin olive oil.
- Spread Trader Joe's Chunky Artichoke and Jalapeño Dip on the inside of the extra-virgin olive oil perimiter. Top evenly with the cooked spinach and then with the quartered artichokes.
- Place in the oven and bake for 20-25 minutes, checking at the 20 minute mark. You want the edge to be golden brown but be careful not to burn.
- Serve solo or alongside any dish of your choice.