Parsnip Latkes with Apple Chutney & Horseradish Yogurt Recipe on Food52. Brussels Sprouts and Sausage Parsnip Spiralized Pasta. Spiralized parsnips make a wonderful pasta replacement in this satisfying, spicy Autumn dish made with brussels sprouts and spicy chicken sausage.
Since trying this Broccoli Rabe and Sausage Parsnip Spiralized Pasta a few weeks back, I’ve been craving more dishes with spiralized parsnips. Crazy how a vegetable I normally wouldn’t eat can be incorporated into a meal and taste so good! Miso Glazed Turnips. I was inspired to make this recipe for our CSA members while we were harvesting turnips for their vegetable boxes.
This is a simple side dish that tastes great, is easy to whip up and highlights one of our favorite spring root vegetables. It was the recipe of the week for our Tumbleweed Farm community and I think you all will enjoy it too! One of the highlights of growing food and having a CSA is that it gives me an excuse to sneak away to my kitchen in the evenings (while Taylor still busts his ass in the fields) and create recipes that I think our members will enjoy. Both Taylor and I agree that it’s totally worth it to have recipe suggestions for our members so that they don’t feel overwhelmed with the diversity in their boxes.
If our members don’t know what to do with the vegetables we grow they may not sign up for the CSA again. Miso Glazed Turnips & Snow Peas. Our CSA members are receiving turnips and snow peas (among many other things!)
In their veggie boxes this week and I thought this salad would be a great way to highlight these seasonal gems. And while I’m over the moon that we are having an abundant year for peas I must admit that harvesting peas (of any kind!) Is one of my least favorite farm chores. The rows are endless, it’s usually hot as hell, the buckets fill up quickly, and before you know it, you need to turn around and bushwhack your way back to the beginning of the row (where the truck waits) unload and head back where you left off.
Hashed Turnips Recipe. Enlarge Credit: André Baranowski 3 1/2 lbs. turnips, peeled and cut into 1/2" cubes2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil1 6-oz. boneless pork chop, cut into 1/4" cubesKosher salt and freshly ground white pepper, to taste1 large onion, roughly chopped4 cloves garlic, finely chopped2 bay leaves1/2 tsp. dried thyme2 tbsp. unsalted butter1/2 cup heavy cream2 tbsp. chopped flat-leaf parsley, for garnish 1.
Place turnips in a large bowl and cover with water; set aside. Heat oil in a 12" skillet over medium-high heat. Sweet and Spicy Roasted Carrots, Parsnips, and Chickpeas. While one can't go wrong with ordinary roasted carrots and parsnips, there are times – in the middle of winter, especially – when one craves something a bit more glamorous.
Something vibrant. I have the solution, and although it does require a few special ingredients, it takes hardly more effort than the typical roasted veg. Roasting carrots and parsnips in a hot oven turns them tender and sweet with crispy, caramelized edges. Roasted Parsnip Spinach Salad. Let’s talk about using vegetables you might not use, and using them in fun and exciting ways.
If you’re venturing outside of your traditional Thanksgiving meal, you might be using a few parsnips in (or in place of) your mashed potatoes. I really love parsnips roasted because it’s got such a unique, somewhat sweet flavor. Roasted roots w farro. Cooking is more fun with friends.
Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community Follow amazing home cooks. Bottom of the pot: A TURNIP SOUP - SHALGHAM. How has this winter been treating you?
We've managed to stay pretty healthy. Well, except for that terrible chest cough that everyone seems to be sporting. You know, the one that overstays it's welcome by about a month. Both girls got it. Soleil was hit especially hard for a couple of days. A chest cold - bronchitis, respiratory infection, whatever you want to call it - is not fun.
This will cure you. Got a hacking chest cough? Most stores cut off the turnip greens, which is a shame because not only are they tasty (something along the lines of kale, mustard greens and arugula) but they are packed with vitamins and minerals - vitamin K, calcium, vitamin A, and beta carotene to name a few. Pear Parsnip Soup. Fall flavors come forth in this silky soup made with Bosc pears and fresh parsnips.
Yield: 8 servingsDifficulty Rating: Easy Nutritional Highlights: Pears are rich in cholesterol-lowering fiber and epicatechin, an antioxidant combating the negative effects of aging. Vegan Lentil Shepherd’s Pie with Parsnip and and Potato Mash recipe on Food52.com. A Perfect Marriage of Spicy and Sweet: 5 Parsnip and Pear Recipes.
Spiced Parsnip Fries with Roasted Garlic Yogurt. So I’m on this sort of diet thing.
It’s not a diet, exactly.