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Sauteed Jerusalem Artichokes

This recipe has been shared with us by Mike and Denise Tolson. In their house, their kids call jerusalem artichokes "FARTichokes"! They tell me that "distressing effects do subside if you eat them regularly - honest." Thanks so much for sharing this with us, folks!
 
 

Ingredients

Serves 4 as a side

750g jerusalem artichokes
4 tbs olive oil
1 clove garlic
salt, pepper and parsley
lemon squeeze (optional)
 

Method

  1. Scrub the artichokes and blanch in boiling water (I don't always bother with this bit to be honest).
  2. Cut into very thin slices about 6mm thick.
  3. Lightly saute the garlic in the olive oil add the artichokes, stir, add salt, pepper and parsley and cook till tender, stirring occasionally till done.
  4. Serve, with a squeeze of lemon on them.
 

Time From Cupboard-To-Table

30 minutes
 

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