Ever wondered how to cook Jerusalem artichokes a/k/a sunchokes? Our Roasted Jerusalem artichokes with thyme hold the perfect – and easy – answer. They will remind you the taste of water chestnuts. Because we roast Jerusalem artichokes at a high temperature, they turn out slightly nutty and juicy on the inside and crisp on the outside. Thyme, a particularly versatile herb, adds a pleasant dimension to the slightly nutty taste of sunchokes. This irresistible, unique side fits most diets, including gluten-free, grain-free, diabetic, low glycemic, and vegan. Ready to try Roasted Jerusalem artichokes with thyme?
Vegan • Gluten-, Grain- and Potato-free • Low Glycemic • Suitable for Diabetics • Quick and Easy • Delicious