Jerusalem Artichoke and Pear Casserole

by Edward Daniel
Caption of Jerusalem Artichoke and Pear Casserole. Image by Edward Daniel (c).

Jerusalem Artichoke and Pear Casserole is one those hearty casseroles. I love the subtle tastes of the artichokes melded with sweetness of the data and prunes. This dish simply involves putting all the ingredients into a casserole and allowing the juices to come together.

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Caption of Jerusalem Artichoke and Pear Casserole. Image by Edward Daniel (c).
Serves: 4 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 5.0/5
( 1 voted )


  • 400g Jerusalem Artichokes, skinned
  • 600ml stock (made from a potato and a stick of celery)
  • 10g oats
  • 2 pears, sliced and cored
  • 1 onion, sliced
  • 100g dates, destoned and sliced
  • 50g prunes, dried
  • 1tsp sumac
  • 1tsp lavender
  • Few sprigs of parsley


  1. Preheat oven to gas mark 180 degrees Celsius or if you have a convention oven to 160 degrees Celsius.
  2. In a blender, whizz the stock with oats.
  3. Place the stock into a large lidded casserole dish. Add in the remaining ingredients.
  4. Cover and bake in the oven for an hour.
  5. Serve warm.



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Laura 22 December 2020 - 22:30

So I just made something largely inspired by this, and I just want to say your website is a treasure mine, I keep being amazed by the creativity yet straight-fowardness of your recipes! (also amazing photos)

Anyway, I was going to follow the recipe to a T but didn’t have stock, so I just used water and put some celery and a carrot in the soup instead. Also threw in a couple of turnips, and after that I sadly had no space left for the quince I was going to use instead of pears. Didn’t have dates or prunes either, so I just a fig but I guess the taste was overpowered by the rest. Also used bay leaves instead of parsley and needless to say this was a very very tasty experiment!

Thanks so much for the inspiration, and let me add I didn’t bother peeling the Jerusalem artichokes ;)

Edward Daniel 23 December 2020 - 10:27

Aww Laura. Thank you for kindly taking the time to compose your email. Wonderful to hear from you and wonderful too that you were inspire your very own. Food is about creativity and my motto always is “Work with you have got”! Glad it all worked out for the best. Yes, the skin is nutritious too.
Much love.
Edward x


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