Get 'em out for the lads – celeriac recipes, that is
Celearic mash is really nice, make it as normal mash add in some cooked onion strips and then a little bit of light chedder melted on the top, nice with anything i find.
you could do that as a side or you could cook up some cod/white fish and mix that in as big chunks for a brandad of a kind would be nice.Posted 5 years agoatlazMember
Don’t boil it in water. It soaks water up like a sponge and makes really awful mash. Basically put enough milk in the pan to cover the celeriac (sometimes nice to throw a clove or two of garlic too) then cook as a normal mash or even better as a puree if you have the right tools. Loads of butter and milk/cream, excellent.
Remoulade is a definite favourite of mine too.Posted 5 years agosunnriderMember
If you want to use it as a side dish then make a simple romescu style dip.
Roast the celeriac with some aubergine,red peppers,one clove of garlic and a few tomatoes. Fry up some hazelnuts or pinenuts.Posted 5 years ago
Peel the peppers when they´re done and blitz the lot in a food processor with some olive oil. Salt and pepper to taste.zilog6128Subscriber
Don’t boil it in water. It soaks water up like a sponge and makes really awful mash.
Yes it soaks up more water than potatoes but I’ve not found it to be a problem. Makes great mash IMO. YMMV. I suppose you could steam it otherwise.
OP: butter and (proper) cream are not particularly insulinogenic so are OK on the forbidden diet (unless you happen to be intolerant of course!)Posted 5 years ago
Since it wasn’t mashed, but smashed*, its consistency was odd. Not as dry as mashed potato. Was just made with garlic, salt and pepper and tasted bloody great with the chilli I knocked up.
Leftovers for lunch tomorrow. Slowly getting back into cooking and eating properly. Spent all evening in the kitchen near enough (except when running Toddler North’s bath, lighting the fire, speaking/emailing/texting with my boss several times). Just sat down..!
(c) Jamie “Fat Lips” OliverPosted 5 years ago
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