Sunchoke-Celery Root Soup

Preparation info
  • Makes

    4 to 6

    • Difficulty


Appears in
Plant-Based Gourmet

By Suzannah Gerber

Published 2021

  • About

Sunchokes are the chimera of the late summer garden. They look a bit like sunflowers on top, and the root, the part you eat, looks a bit like an ancient potato, but they taste a bit like an artichoke, hence their second name: the Jerusalem Artichoke. Celeriac, also known as celery root, has an earthy flavor that combines flavors similar to parsnip and celery and is a delight in creamy applications, as with this soup. Together, sunchokes and celeriac are my favorite summertime root vegetable