Many root vegetables are known for their versatility and EAT ME Jerusalem artichoke is no exception. Cooked or steamed, deep fried or baked, the sweet taste shines in many ways. It also tastes lovely mashed or in a soup.
Jerusalem artichoke can be prepared in similar way to a potato. It can be peeled, depending on how you want to use it, but it is not necessary. If you do not peel, it is advisable to brush it thoroughly. And then it's up to you: cook, fry, bake in the oven, add to a salad or even deep fry!
How to use Jerusalem artichokes in the kitchen?
- In salads
- Deep frying
EAT ME Jerusalem artichoke stays fresh for longer in the fridge.