Jeff’s Jerusalem Artichoke / Sunchoke Soup Recipe

Posted: December 25, 2014 in DIY Gardening / Home Projects, Perennial Crops, Recipes & Preserving
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I have made Jerusalem Artichoke Soup only a few times with the reason being that I am only a recent grower of Jerusalem Artichokes aka Sun Chokes (They are related to the Sunflower). Veg Artichoke soup st6_1331x998In today’s recipe, I have changed it a bit to accommodate my lack of ingredients in my fridge! This is the great part of making soup, you pretty much just throw together anything you have in the fridge provided you have enough materials! I also prefer the new recipe I made up to accommodate this lack of ingredients. In the ‘normal’ Jerusalem Artichoke Soup Recipe, there is no Broccoli, Courgette (Zucchini) and you need 3 Leeks – here’s my new recipe below: Serves 5-6, but can serve 8 if used as an appetiser INGREDIENTS: 500g Chopped Jerusalem Artichokes / Sunchokes 3x Celery stalks 2x Large Carrots or 3-4 average sized 1x Leek chopped 1x Onion diced 1x Bay leaf Half Courgette (Zucchini) Handfull of Broccoli chopped 1ltr full cream milk 125 grams butter Salt & Pepper to taste METHOD: Step 1: Heat the butter in a large pan or pot, throw in the chopped carrots, celery, onion, leeks,broccoli and Courgette (Zucchini). Veg Artichoke soup st1Step 2: Cook until slightly brown, add the Artichokes and Bay leaf and stir in. Add your seasoning. Veg Artichoke soup st4Step 3: Mix in then add the 1ltr of Milk, Stir in and cover the pot for about 30-40 min’s or until the veggies are soft. Veg Artichoke soup st5Step 4: Once soft, remove the bay leaf and blend thoroughly, you can pour it through a sieve if you want it completely smooth, otherwise there will be bits in which is not in any way a bad thing!

Jerusalem artichoke aka (sunchoke) Soup recipe

Serve with chopped parsley and enjoy!

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