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Jerusalem Artichoke And Kale Hash

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This Jerusalem artichoke and kale hash is a delicious variation of a traditional Dutch favourite. Jerusalem artichoke is an often overlooked vegetable, but its full of flavour and very healthy.

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Jerusalem artichoke and kale hash

Jerusalem artichokes are an underappreciated vegetable which are packed with iron, vitamins and potassium. They have much more flavour than potatoes, as they taste nutty and are reminiscent of artichoke.

With its distinct flavour, the Jerusalem artichoke combines well with kale, bacon and onion in this delicious winter hash. Satisfying and tasty with mustard and a hint of nutmeg. You can choose to add a little more kale for a greener hash.

When Jerusalem artichokes are fresh, you don't absolutely have to peel them. This saves a lot of time because, with their uneven shape, peeling them is labour-intensive. To make peeling easier, you could blanch them briefly in boiling water. You can then rub off the skins with your fingers, so there is no need to use a peeler.

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Made by Véronique

Published at 2024-01-08, this recipe is for 4 people and takes 50 minutes.

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Updated at: 17-01-2024

50 minutes 4 people Main course
Jerusalem artichoke and kale hash

Ingredients

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  • 850 grams of floury potatoes
  • 500 grams Jerusalem artichokes
  • 150 grams fresh kale
  • 200 grams smoked bacon
  • 1 onion
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 1 tablespoon of mustard
  • knob of butter
  • splash of milk
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • pinch of nutmeg
  • 1 smoked sausage
Jerusalem artichoke and kale hash ingredients
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Kitchen equipment

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  • vegetable peeler
  • large saucepan with lid
  • large sieve
  • chopping board & chef's knife
  • medium-sized frying pan
  • wooden spoon
  • potato masher


Jerusalem Artichoke And Kale Hash

50 minutes 4 people Main course

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Preparation – 20 minutes

Peel the potatoes and Jerusalem artichokes, cut them into chunks and immediately place them in a large pan of cold water to prevent discolouration.

Bring to a boil and add a generous pinch of salt. Wash the kale, if necessary, remove and discard the hard core and finely chop the leaves.

Add the kale and turn down the heat as soon as the water boils.

Meanwhile, peel and finely chop the onion and garlic cloves.

Jerusalem artichoke and kale hash
Jerusalem artichoke and kale hash

Finishing the Jerusalem artichoke and kale hash – 30 minutes

Fry the bacon in a medium frying pan, and add the onion and garlic after about 5 minutes. Sauté until the onion is translucent and softened.

Let the potatoes simmer for around 20 minutes, then lay the smoked sausage on top of the potatoes, Jerusalem artichoke and kale to heat with them for the last 5-10 minutes.

Once the potato, Jerusalem artichoke and kale are cooked, drain through a large sieve. The exact cooking time depends on the size of the vegetables. Place everything back in the large pan and use a masher to mash coarsely.

Add the fried bacon, onion and garlic and make the hash smooth with a knob of butter and a small splash of milk.

Season with 1 tablespoon of mustard, a generous pinch of nutmeg, pepper and salt. Serve with the smoked sausage. Enjoy!


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Jerusalem Artichoke And Kale Hash: frequently asked questions

Where can I buy Jerusalem artichokes?

Jerusalem artichokes are not always available in supermarkets. In season, they are usually on sale in markets, at greengrocers, and at wholesalers.

How long can I store this kale hash?

You can keep this kale hash in the fridge for up to three days after cooking. If you want to keep it longer, you can freeze it for up to 3 months.