3 Ways With Celeriac

By MiNDFOOD

3 Ways With Celeriac
Celeriac is the unsung hero of the vegetable world. We show you three delicious ways to cook with this seasonal ingredient.

There are many ways to make use of the delicious, yet unattractive, knobbly, celeriac. Its subtle earthy flavour is a cross between celery and parsley with slightly nutty undertones, making it perfect for use in slow-cooked meals, as a mash, or – as it is popularly served in France – as a remoulade. Here are our three favourite ways to use this unsung vegetable hero in delicious meals for the season:

 

Celeriac Remoulade with Prosciutto and Toasted Hazelnuts

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Beef Escallopes with Piquant Sauce and Celeriac Mash

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Celeriac and 
Apple Soup with Parmesan Chips

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To learn how to grow your own celeriac at home and read about the vegetables’ European origins, click here.

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