Celeriac Recipes

"What is that?!" It's a question we get pretty often when people are confronted with this alien looking globe.

Celeriac, sometimes called celery root, is the root of a celery variety cultivated for its bulbous root. It has an earthy taste with a hint of celery flavour, and a texture similar to turnip or potato. It might look intimidating, but it's easy to prepare - just peel off the knobbly outer layer and you're ready to go. It's a really versatile vegetable, and can be eaten either raw or cooked.

Treat it like a potato - roast, mash, french fry. It makes a delicious, creamy puree, either on its own or with white beans. Get the spiralizer out and make noodles to add to ramen soup or raw in salad, or make a classic french remoulade salad. Don’t judge this veg by it’s rough looking exterior, give it a try and it’s sure to become a kitchen staple!


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