Smooth, creamy, rich & sweet. Serve this puree as a starch side dish with any protein and vegetable combo.
This recipe is smoother and creamier than our more rustic roasted sunchoke puree recipe. They’re both really good, it’s just a question of what style you’re in the mood for.
2. Bring the cream to a simmer and cook until the sunchokes are tender.
3. Remove the bay leaves and move the rest of the mixture to a blender. Puree until smooth.
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