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What to do with sunchokes?

asked by Chrissylrat over 2 years ago
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Cynthia is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.

added over 2 years ago

Pickle them. Sauté them in some butter and olive oil until tender. Boil them, mash them, top with a little butter and some Parmesan. Dice them and add to soups. This is probably just scratching the surface. Lucky you!

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Check out this link where a similar question was asked. It got a few great answers.

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added over 2 years ago

I usually roast them or make soup. At restaurants, I've had it in souffle.

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I prefer to treat them like potatoes. Peel, boil until fork tender, add heavy cream,butter, salt and pepper. It's a sweeter variation of the everyday mashed pots