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The Jerusalem artichoke is one of those ancient vegetables that is suddenly experiencing a revival. I only came across these little misshapen bulbs a few years ago when a family friend was growing them in his garden. In my opinion, Jerusalem artichokes taste particularly good roasted in the oven, however you can also eat them raw. To do so, you must slice them very thinly and serve them with a tasty dressing. And before you know it, you have a delicious artichoke carpaccio!
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How it's done
Place the Jerusalem artichokes in a bowl along with the salt, pepper and lemon juice, mix well. Arrange the slices on 4 plates.
Thoroughly mix all of the ingredients, drizzle the dressing over the Jerusalem artichokes.
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