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    [Cover photo by Bergy.] Parsnip recipes.
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    Great side dish with a Roast, especially at Christmas time. From Two Fat Ladies

    Recipe #189176

    A nice way to enjoy parsnips; especially for those who have never tried them.

    Recipe #152495

    A few years ago a dear friend gave me and Advent calender. In the box for each day she had put one of her favorite recipes. This was in 3 and we really enjoyed it this year for Christmas dinner!

    Recipe #149705

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Turnips that are sufficiently young and tender need only be rinsed and dried before cooking; older purple-top turnips will need to be peeled. Make sure the veggies are about the same size. If you enjoy Garlic a couple of clove added to this is wonderful!

    Recipe #142023

    I made this last night and it went down a treat! The parsnips were a great addition, as well as giving an extra vegetable to your kiddies instead of just potatoes. My daughters cleaned their plates and have asked for it again tonight. I made the mince mixture in advance which cut down cooking time in the evening. You can make it even more nutritious by adding some more diced vegetables. From Delicious magazine

    Recipe #113087

    A slightly different version of the traditional Irish potato and scallion dish adds parsnips and lemon zest. I make this for my annual St. Pat's Day Dinner.

    Recipe #111685

    I had this at my friend's house. She is a vegetarian. It was absolutely delicious, I have made it many times since. This recipie is one of Delia Smith's.

    Recipe #106527

    I got this delicious recipe from my friend, Lydia, that owns a rubber stamping store in our town. I design stamps for her. Her husband is the one that makes this yummy soup. I first had it at her home and had seconds, but didn't want to act "piggy" and ask for thirds, so I made it myself and guess what--I had it for breakfast, lunch and snacks during the day. I did this till it was gone and over the course of a couple of days, I ate the whole thing. Don't let the parsnips scare you, but please do add them. They give flavor but you do not taste them.

    Recipe #102733

    This is such an easy recipe to make and has a marvelous taste using the combination of these 3 veggies.

    Recipe #101650

    These parsnip patties are really tasty, the sweetness and intense flavor really come through in this recipe. and a nice change from potato patties. The recipe may be doubled if desired.

    Recipe #90489

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Looking through my veggie bin a saw a sweet potato & a couple of parsnips and I was reminded of two good recipes that I tried recently -Roasted Parsnips & Carrots by Mean Chef and Sweet Potato Rosti by KJ so I thought why not try Parsnips and sweet potato - This recipe is the result. I like to bake the veggies on a baking stone covered with parchment but a cookie sheet will do

    Recipe #89303

    2 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Don't be afraid of the prunes they add wonderful flavor to the parsnips and onions When you are adding the parsnips take time to arrange them in an attractive desgn - don't just dump them in. Make sure that you have a double layer of parsnips on the top as they shrink and tend to curl a bit

    Recipe #82555

    5 Reviews |  By Geema

    This recipe elevates the lowly parsnip into something special--a lovely Fall soup. Although not necessary, you can enrich this soup by adding some light cream just before reheating.

    Recipe #74158

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Love Parsnips and expecially baked parsnips! Use a chopped green onion if you do not have fresh chives. Be careful with the curry you just want a hint of flavor so put in a bit and then add if necessary You can even serve these as an appetizer

    Recipe #71992

    I love the taste of the humble parsnip not just in soups. This pudding goes very well with stews and roast meat or chicken.

    Recipe #44688

    Use any mustard you like for this dish, I often use horseradish, you can replace the honey with maple syrup.

    Recipe #42783

    16 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This dish is still widely made in Ireland - it is sometimes called "Green, white and Gold" or "Sunshine". Lovely flavor combination with the carrots and parsnips

    Recipe #20910

    A traditional Irish dish. This dish may also be made in a crock pot.

    Recipe #20597

    4 Reviews |  By Bergy

    These croquettes are easy to make and give another dimension to the lovely veggie Parsnip. The outside of the croquette has a nice, almost, crunch to it and is smooth inside

    Recipe #11081

    Perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas etc. This parsnip recipe is seriously good! Very simple to make and a great side dish...

    Recipe #233438

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