These versatile little root vegetables are destined to become one of your new favorite ingredients. Jerusalem artichokes are entirely delicious, quickly absorbing the flavors they are simmered in, have a delightful crunch with a smooth interior texture, and some admirable health benefits.
Incorporate them into your diet with these 27 incredible Jerusalem artichoke recipes. Included are Jerusalem artichoke soup recipes, roasted Jerusalem artichoke recipes, raw Jerusalem artichoke recipes, and more!
Jerusalem Artichoke Soup Recipes
Whether they are pureed or chopped up into little cubes, Jerusalem artichokes are a superb addition to soups, making a fantastic base or a tasty ingredient.
Jerusalem Artichoke and Carrot Soup
This delicious Jerusalem artichoke and carrot soup makes a comfy, cozy meal on cold winter nights. Pairing carrots and Jerusalem artichokes perfectly, this soup has a warm, savory flavor with a nuttiness hint. Otherwise, this soup is super simple, with just salt, pepper, garlic, and parsley added for extra flavor.
Jerusalem Artichoke Chili
This healthy Jerusalem artichoke chili substitutes beans for Jerusalem artichokes and is packed with chili flavor, ground beef, onions, sausage, and tomatoes—all the traditional chili ingredients. It walks a delicate balance, being excellent comfort food but also nutritious.
Roasted Jerusalem Artichoke, Chestnut, and Thyme soup
This shockingly delicious roasted Jerusalem artichoke, chestnut, and thyme soup is surprisingly simple to make. With warm, earthy flavors from the silky smooth Jerusalem artichoke base, thyme and garlic seasoning, and deep-fried fried crunchy chestnuts, this makes a wonderfully warming winter meal.
Jerusalem Artichoke Soup with White Truffle Oil
Balancing elegance and earthiness, this Jerusalem artichoke soup with white truffle oil has a beautiful creamy texture and unique nutty undertones that play beautifully off the white truffle oil swirl. Make this simple, sophisticated dish for winter dinner parties!
Vegan Jerusalem Artichoke Recipes
If you are looking for an ingredient high in vitamins and fiber for your vegan diet, then you will love Jerusalem artichokes! Below are some vegan Jerusalem artichoke dishes for those looking for some healthy, veggie-centric recipes.
Jerusalem Artichoke, Sweet Potato, and Lentils
Packed with healthy foods high in vitamins but not calories, this Jerusalem artichoke, sweet potato, and lentils meal is full of flavor. Nutty Jerusalem artichokes and thinly slices sweet potatoes sit on top of a bed of creamy tomato lentils. To bring out the Jerusalem artichokes’ nuttiness, crunchy Brazil nuts are sprinkled on top.
Creamy Jerusalem Artichoke Soup
This super simple creamy Jerusalem artichoke soup has delicious nutty flavors from its coconut milk and Jerusalem artichoke base, and its chopped chestnuts or pistachio nuts garnish. Otherwise, this soups gets its subtle simmering flavors from onion, garlic, cayenne, and black pepper seasoning.
Jerusalem Artichoke and Sweet Potato Soup
This warming Jerusalem artichoke and sweet potato soup is a quick and easy dish to make on cold winter nights. It’s full of subtle spices and flavors, along with plenty of nutrients—but not calories. It’s not only vegan, but it’s also gluten-free!
Simple Roasted Jerusalem Artichokes
A perfect vegan side dish (or meal if you can’t stop eating them), these simple roasted Jerusalem artichokes will blow you away. With a crispy, caramelized exterior, and a soft, silky center, these Jerusalem artichokes are perfectly roasted. The recipe even includes tips on picking out the right Jerusalem artichokes!
Roasted Jerusalem Artichoke Recipes
One of my favorite ways to make Jerusalem artichokes is by roasting them. There is something so decadent about their crunchy exterior, which pops when you bite into their soft, warm centers. Below are some of the best ways you can make roasted Jerusalem artichokes.
Garlic Roasted Jerusalem Artichokes
I love garlic anything, so naturally, I’m a huge fan of these garlic roasted Jerusalem artichokes. The addition of garlic in no way overshadows the Jerusalem artichokes’ natural nutty notes. I would say that it enhances it. This recipe is super simple; you just need Jerusalem artichokes, olive oil, thyme, minced garlic, and sea salt.
Roasted Chicken with Jerusalem Artichoke and Lemon
There’s something so satisfying about being able to bake all of your meal’s components in one pan. This roasted chicken with Jerusalem artichoke and lemon recipe is delightful because of that convenience and the delicious flavors that come from the saffron and lemon slice infusion added to this dish.
Smoked Haddock and Jerusalem Artichoke Gratin
This smoked haddock and Jerusalem artichoke gratin is surprisingly healthy for the decadent flavors and ingredients it contains. You’ll love eating this flavorful, warming meal in the dead of winter. With a crispy breadcrumb and butter topping, flaky haddock, and flavor-infused artichokes, this meal is guaranteed to become one of your family’s new favorites.
Jerusalem Artichokes with Salsa Verde
Boy, does this Jerusalem artichoke with salsa verde recipe pack in the flavor! With dried capers, red pepper flakes, garlic cloves, parsley, and anchovies, this delicious dish has a spicy, salty, savory flavor profile. It’s also effortless to make, requiring you to roast the artichokes, mix the other ingredients in a bowl, and then serve them together. That’s it.
Sautéed Jerusalem Artichoke Recipes
One of Jerusalem artichokes’ most notable strengths is their ability to absorb the flavors around them while still maintaining their uniquely nutty taste. Because of this strength, they are superbly scrumptious when sautéed.
Sautéed Jerusalem Artichokes with Garlic and Bay Leaves
The recipe for these sautéed Jerusalem artichokes with garlic and bay leaves is super simple, not requiring much time or many ingredients, but it is so good. All you need is Jerusalem artichokes, olive oil, bay leaves, garlic, white wine vinegar, salt, and pepper, and you can make these restaurant-quality sautéed artichokes with a crispy pan-fried texture.
Pan-Fried Jerusalem Artichokes in Sage Butter
What could be more decadent than sage butter? Only pan-fried Jerusalem artichokes in sage butter! These exquisite pan-fried artichokes are sautéed in a mixture of sage butter, oil, parsley, lemon juice, and olive oil until they reach crispy, crunchy perfection.
Sautéed Jerusalem Artichoke and Mushroom Persillade
Are you looking for a sophisticated side dish? Try this sauteed Jerusalem artichoke and mushroom persillade recipe. It incorporates two vaguely nutty ingredients, Jerusalem artichokes, and mushrooms, and sautés them together with parsley, garlic, and lemon. This citrusy, savory dish is sure to impress.
Crispy Jerusalem Artichokes with Aged Balsamic
I’m batty about balsamic! I love it on everything: veggies, meats, and now, Jerusalem artichokes! In this crispy Jerusalem artichokes with aged balsamic recipe, a buttery balsamic sauce is drizzled over pan-seared Jerusalem artichokes, putting a tangy twist on classically sauteed Jerusalem artichokes.
Raw Jerusalem Artichoke Recipes
Some people don’t know that you can eat raw Jerusalem artichokes. The truth is, you can, and they taste just as good raw as they do cooked. The simple dishes below are some of the best raw Jerusalem artichoke recipes you will find online.
Shaved Artichokes and Sunchoke Salad
Jerusalem artichokes and traditional artichokes are paired in this superb shaved artichokes and sunchokes salad. Bringing out the sweetness of both is a citrusy sauce made from orange juice and lemon juice. Undercutting that citrus is some chicories and chives, which enhance the salads more savory flavors.
Jerusalem Artichoke Salad
This yummy Jerusalem artichoke salad can be served alone, on a leaf of lettuce, or with crackers. Because of this, it makes an excellent appetizer or side dish. Although there is no tuna in it, it tastes surprisingly like tuna salad. Instead, it contains onions, parsley, Jerusalem artichokes, avocado, and lemon juice.
Jerusalem Artichoke Pickles
What would sandwiches be without tasty pickled vegetables? You’ll love using these Jerusalem artichoke pickles on your sandwiches, or even just eating them out of the jar! The pickling process is quick for this recipe, but you can store these artichokes chilled for over a month.
Simple Jerusalem Artichoke Salad
This quick Jerusalem artichoke salad is as colorful as it is flavorful. Cut through the winter gloom with this vibrantly colored and flavored salad, containing leeks, Jerusalem artichokes, and mixed winter leaves, all drizzled with a tantalizingly tangy dressing.
Jerusalem Artichoke Risotto Recipes
Jerusalem artichokes and creamy risotto were meant to be; these comfy, wintery foods perfectly complement each other’s flavors and textures. Below are some of the most sophisticated and savory Jerusalem artichoke risotto recipes you can make.
Jerusalem Artichoke Risotto
If you’re like me and always on the hunt for quality one-pot meals, you’ll love this hassle-free Jerusalem artichoke risotto. With Jerusalem artichokes and chopped hazelnuts, this dish has delightful nutty notes, paired with the buttery, creamy taste of the risotto. As a whole, it is absolutely to die for.
Wild Mushroom Risotto with Sautéed Jerusalem Artichokes
There’s a reason we keep coming back to dishes that have Jerusalem artichokes and mushrooms—they’re a killer combo. They both have an earthy taste to them and admirable flavor absorption abilities. This pairing’s compatibility is on full display in this wild mushroom risotto with jerusalem artichokes and feta recipe, which blends cuisine level flavors with the warmth of comfort food.
Jerusalem Artichoke, Leek, Prosecco, and Walnut Risotto
This Jerusalem artichoke, leek, prosecco, and walnut risotto is perfect for fall or winter meals. It’s sophisticated comfort food, with a creamy, cozy risotto base and elegant additions like leeks, Jerusalem artichokes, prosecco, and chopped walnuts. While not the most leisurely meal to make, it’s so worth the work.
Risotto with Jerusalem Artichokes and Mussels
This risotto with Jerusalem artichokes and mussels is perfect for fish-lovers. Upgrade your risotto big-time by adding oven-roasted Jerusalem artichokes and sautéed mussels. You need some skills and time to complete this decadent recipe, but it makes an excellent holiday or special event meal.
Mashed Jerusalem Artichoke Recipes
Although the crisp skins of Jerusalem artichokes are undeniably yummy, their smooth centers are also absolutely delicious. These Jerusalem artichoke recipes feature that silky texture in delectable mashed forms.
Jerusalem Artichoke Dip
Love dip but not the calories that it so often contains? Then this Jerusalem artichoke dip will be right up your alley. Its smooth, creamy texture is just like hummus, and it’s perfect for dipping healthy chip-alternatives like veggie sticks and crackers in. With a dash of sweetness and some savory spice, this dip will be gone before you know it!
Brioche Crusted fish with Jerusalem Artichoke Puree
This impressive brioche crusted fish with Jerusalem artichoke puree meal recipe is a Jerusalem artichoke double whammy: it contains pureed Jerusalem artichokes and pickled Jerusalem artichokes. The silky, vaguely nutty Jerusalem artichoke puree will taste unbelievably delicious with the tangy pickles and decadent brioche crusted fish.
Jerusalem Artichoke Mash
In this Jerusalem artichoke mash, Jerusalem artichokes aren’t just a healthier alternative to potatoes; they are better than potatoes. That’s right, I said it. Jerusalem artichokes deliver smoothness and subtle flavors that potatoes lack. This is the perfect side dish to serve with other veggies and meat—make your own wintery pub meal!
Whether you were looking for savory soups, mouth-watering mashes, or ridiculously delicious roasted Jerusalem artichokes, this list had a recipe for you! Pair any of these dishes with other great winter veggies for some unforgettable meals this season.
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