Referred to as Jerusalem artichoke, sunroot, earth apple, or if you're feelin' French, topinambour, this niche tuber that we're just going to call by its normal name "sunchoke" is on the up and up, and for good reason. It may look like gnarly ginger, but it has the mild flavor of an artichoke heart with the smooth consistency of a potato. So here are nine ways to eat 'em, because with a popularity trajectory set to surpass kale, you'll want to be on the right side of history. Heard it here first, folks.
With crispy skin and a tender center, they can double as a Paleo alternative to steak fries, but are enjoyable even without committing to a lifestyle of acute high-intensity exercise where carbs are illegal. Get that recipe!
To be honest, roasted roots are delicious and don't necessarily need to be in a fajita. Unless you're vegan and don't eat regular fajitas, and you desperately want to eat a fajita. Regardless, the seasonings/aesthetics are on point. Recipe here.