Jerusalem Artichoke Pasta

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  • Yield: 5
  • Serving: 5
  • Prep time: 25 m
  • Cook time: 25 m
  • Ready in: 50 m
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This dish perfectly captures the essence of Italian cuisine, blending rustic ingredients with sophisticated flavors, promising an unforgettable experience with every bite.

Preparation Time:

  • Prepping ingredients (peeling and dicing Jerusalem artichokes, chopping onion, mincing garlic, grating cheese, etc.): ~15 minutes
  • Cooking pasta: Varies depending on the type, but generally ~8-12 minutes

Cooking Time:

  • Sautéing vegetables: ~15 minutes
  • Creamy transformation: ~5 minutes
  • Seasoning and final touches: ~5 minutes

Total Preparation Time: ~23-27 minutes Total Cooking Time: ~25 minutes


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Total Nutritional Values

Total Fat
551mg (excluding any added salt)
Total Carbohydrates
Dietary Fiber


  • Instructions

    1-Prepare Pasta: Begin by cooking your chosen pasta as per the package instructions until al dente. Once done, drain and set it aside for the final assembly.

  • 2-Sauté Vegetables: Heat a generous drizzle of olive oil in a wide skillet over a medium flame. Toss in the chopped onions and minced garlic, letting them sweat until translucent. Introduce the Jerusalem artichokes next, cooking them until they soften, approximately 10-15 minutes.

  • 3-Creamy Transformation: Stir in the heavy cream, allowing it to simmer and reduce slightly over the next 5 minutes.

  • 4-Seasoning and Final Touches: Season with salt and freshly cracked black pepper. Sprinkle in the Parmesan cheese, stirring until it melts seamlessly into the sauce.

  • 5-Marrying Pasta with Sauce: Pour your creamy Jerusalem artichoke sauce over the pasta, ensuring each strand is lavishly coated.

  • 6-Serve in Style: Dish out generous portions, garnishing with freshly chopped parsley for a pop of color and freshness.

  • Conclusion

    The Yer Elmalı Makarna Sosu stands as a testament to the versatility of Italian cuisine. While Jerusalem artichokes might seem unconventional, their unique flavor profile, combined with the creaminess of the sauce, creates a dish that's both comforting and exotic. Whether you're a seasoned culinary explorer or a newbie to Turkish delights, this dish is bound to leave a lasting impression. Enjoy the taste of Turkey in the comfort of your home!

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