Dehydrated Sunchoke (Jerusalem Artichokes)… I’m not Midas.

Todays post is a brief but important public service announcement.  There will be no recipe (though I’ll let you know how to make these dehydrated BBQ-flavor sunchoke chips) and you won’t need one.  I just can’t recommend that you make them – even if they look so nice:

Dehydrated Sunchoke (Jerusalem Artichokes)... Im not Midas. Sunchoke Preserving Recipes Jerusalem Artichoke February

We had great success with dehydrated sweet potato chips. I had read that you could do a similar thing with potatoes but they would go starchy.  Knowing that you can deepfry sunchokes into amazing chips, I thought I might have a culinary breakthrough on my hands.

Dehydrated Sunchoke (Jerusalem Artichokes)... Im not Midas. Sunchoke Preserving Recipes Jerusalem Artichoke February

These taste a lot like BBQ-flavored celery.

We used the recipe from our sweet potato post so you could use it to make these – but why would you?

I do think they looked pretty though.  :)

Any other recent kitchen experiments gone wrong out there?  We’re got another monumental fail I’ll share in the next few days – we’d love to share the pain. :)

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