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By: Miriyummy

Mon, 07 Jun 2010 04:52:25 +0000

Celeriac is also one of those amazing vegetables that work well in a low carb diet. When I was low carbing in 2003-2004 I practically lived on it. Cook and mash as you would a potato, add some cream or a little olive oil, a few spices and herbs and you have something that is just as comfort-foody as mashed potatoes, but with less carbs and less calories.

By: Miriyummy

Mon, 07 Jun 2010 04:50:22 +0000

I've been making celeriac for as long as I've been in Israel(27 years) and never thought to use your method of peeling. Wow, I learn something new everytime I read your blog, thanks!

By: Leah S

Mon, 07 Jun 2010 03:37:01 +0000

I have a great recipe for vegetable patties I make for Pesach- no frying. On top of it I serve some marinated peppers. if you want the marinated pepper recipe- I'll dig it up. SHREDDED ROOT VEGETABLE PATTIES 2 large potatoes 2 large carrots 1 large celery knob 3 Tbls lemon juice 3 eggs 2 Tbls oil Peel potatoes, carrots and celery knob. Shred all vegetables into long shreds. Mix with egg, oil and lemon juice. Brush a baking pan with oil. Form batter into 8 patties about 4 inches round. Brush tops with oil. Bake in a preheated oven at 450°F for 35 minutes until edges are crisp.

By: Kate

Sun, 06 Jun 2010 18:54:20 +0000

By: Hannah

Sun, 06 Jun 2010 18:11:19 +0000

Cathy, I may just try that. Thanks for your visit and comment. Kate, recipe? Melanie, thank you for visiting. Both parsnips and celeriac are not too common in the US, it seems. I saw one article that said celeriac most often ends up in the compost pile.

By: Melanie

Sun, 06 Jun 2010 17:58:31 +0000

I love Parsnip, I usually roast it with a little bit of salt and pepper. We used to eat it a lot in England, it's even served in the hospital cantine all time, whereas I hardly ever saw it in the states?

By: Kate

Sun, 06 Jun 2010 15:12:40 +0000

I have a recipe for potato soup that calls for both celery and celeriac. It's lovely. Roasted with potato sounds good too.

By: cathy

Sun, 06 Jun 2010 13:38:59 +0000

It's been a while, but I like to roast celeriac with potato, a little salt and pepper, and maybe some onion. It's a really good combo.