Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Roasted Sunchokes, Potatoes and Mushrooms #FallFlavors

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Creamy, golden potatoes, crunchy, nutty tasting sunchokes and earthy mushrooms tossed together with olive oil and herbs to make a delicious side dish for whatever entree you are serving up this fall.

Roasted Sunchokes, Potatoes and Mushrooms

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I received a huge selection of wonderful produce from Melissa's  for this event.  Melissa's is one of my favorite sponsors.  I love opening that box of goodies and learning about new (to me) produce and figuring out what to make with them.

In this box I found a bag of Sunflower Chokes.  This vegetable comes from the root of the sunflower plant.  You may have heard them called Jerusalem Artichokes but they are not related to artichokes at all. They are also called Sunchokes for short. 

They are nutty and slightly sweet and roasting them brings out these flavors.  I also got two bags of Baby Dutch Yellow Potatoes that  I incorporated into this recipe.

I served this dish up as a side to my Apple Tea Brined Pork Tenderloin that I shared with you yesterday. It was a perfect accompaniment.  I roasted mine on my gas grill with the lid closed but you can make this in the oven during the colder fall months.

Roasted Sunchokes, Potatoes and Mushrooms

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Vegetable Sides, Roasting, Potatoes. Sunchokes, Mushrooms
Yield: 4 servings
Author: Wendy Klik
Roasted Sunchokes, Potatoes and Mushrooms

Roasted Sunchokes, Potatoes and Mushrooms

Creamy, golden potatoes, crunchy, nutty tasting sunchokes and earthy mushrooms tossed together with olive oil and herbs to make a delicious side dish for whatever entree you are serving up this fall.
Prep time: 10 MinCook time: 20 MinTotal time: 30 Min


  • 1/2 lb. baby dutch potatoes (I used Melissa's)
  • 1/2 lb. sunchokes, peeled (I used Melissa's)
  • 8 oz. whole white mushrooms, halved if large
  • 2 T. olive oil
  • salt, pepper and Italian herb seasoning, to taste


  1. Wash and dry the potatoes and mushrooms.  Place in a large bowl with the peeled sunchokes, cutting as necessary so all vegetables are close to the same size.  
  2. Add the olive oil, salt, pepper and Italian Herbs, if using.  Toss the bowl a few times to coat all the vegetables.  
  3. Pour out onto a baking sheet, if using oven, or onto a vegetable grill pan, if using grill.  Roast in high heat (425*) for 20 minutes or until vegetables are tender.



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  1. This was my first time having sunchokes and I already have so many ways I want to use them. I love your recipe too...saving it!

  2. What a fun side dish! I need to try sunchokes this way.

  3. Oooh, I love the idea of roasting them on the grill. I bet everything was just buttery good!

  4. Roasted veggies are so good. I love this fall medley!

  5. I get in such a rut with side dishes, these look like a great way to bust out of it!

  6. I really like the idea of adding some earthy mushrooms with the sunchokes. I'm now an official sunchoke fan - they are so good.

  7. I love how you mixed the sunchokes with the potatoes!

  8. Those baby potatoes are my favorite! Perfect roasted, in pot roast, you name it.

  9. You had me at roasted mushrooms! This sounds delicious!


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