The sunchokes, cleaned and ready to chop thin.
Melt some butter in a med-hot pan while chopping as much of the onion as you want. I used 1/2 of the onion.
Frying with the lid on speeds up the cooking. These took 15 min. (Remember to stir every 3 to 4 min. so you are browning not burning the sunchokes.)
On the side... Simple Sunchoke Hash- Remember to get the hash close to done before starting the eggs.
As I am typing, this picture is making me hungry again. Just sayen. The turkey eggs tasted like our neighbor's chicken eggs, and were just as good. Type at ya later.
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