Weekend breakfasts offer the time for creating a satisfying meal. When it comes to hash, one can include any number of ingredients, such as squash or sweet potatoes, and even top it with a poached egg for extra protein. In our version, we added sunchokes (also called Jerusalem artichokes) for a lovely texture and flavor that’s perfect for the season.
Breakfast Hash is also delicious as a filling for omelets or large, thin crepes.
Sunchokes, also known as Jerusalem artichokes, are a bit like a cross between a water chestnut and a potato. They’re so easy to prepare, since you don’t need to peel; just scrub clean and slice or dice. In a pinch, you can substitute with canned water chestnuts.