Jerusalem artichokes should not be confused with regular artichokes. They look like fresh ginger and have a nutty potato flavor to them. If you have leftover fries be sure to eat them within a day or two. Peel the artichokes with a peeler and then carefully slice them, because they are delicate and can fall apart if not handled gently.
This recipe is great because you are only using one pot and one bowl. It has about 5 minutes of prep, 30 minutes cooking time and is done.
These gluten-free latkes are so crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. They are so flavorful that you won’t need any toppings! You can make them hours in advance and just warm them up right before serving! Tips for successful latkes: Drain as well as you can. Don’t make too many at a time and don’t move them or touch them in between. Use a spatula and a wooden spoon to flip the latke. If your oil gets dirty and bubbly, pour it out and pat the pan dry with a towel and use fresh oil for the next batch.
You can make this soup as thick or thin as you wish. I love thinner soups, especially when I add rice noodles, because then I can slurp them up like ramen!
This soup is amazing if you have leftover chicken soup. Strain your chicken soup and just keep the broth, carrots and onions. Add the rest of the ingredients and blend. You will have an incredible soup almost instantly!