Salmon with Baby Artichokes and Sunchokes
Sunchokes, or Jerusalem artichokes, aren't artichokes at all. They're actually a tuber related to the sunflower with a sweet, nutty flavor and crisp texture.Plus: More Seafood Recipes and Tips
The recipe can be prepared through Step 3 earlier in the day. Gently reheat the artichoke and sunchoke mixture before proceeding.
The sweetness of the fennel dressing will flatter an herby, citrusy Sauvignon Blanc and allow it to blend with the hard-to-match artichokes here. Choose an example with enough body to stand up to the richness of the salmon.