This is a brilliant salad that always makes me smile when I eat it. The smokiness of the bacon goes so well with the potatoey-mushroomy-garlicky flavour of the Jerusalem artichokes (which you can find in good supermarkets and markets). If you can't get hold of any then use some good new potatoes instead. Remember, the trick to a warm salad is to get everything ready to go. Ask your family or guests to make their way to the table while you finish it off, and don't let them talk until they've cleared their plates, so they get the salad while it's good (I'm only joking about the talking!).
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 247kcal
- Carbs 15.9g
- Sugar 10.0g
- Fat 14.8g
- Saturates 2.8g
- Protein 11.1g
This recipe is from:
Cook with Jamie
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