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    Veggies: What the Heck Is Celeriac and How Do I Use It?

    [Cover photo by CountryLady.] Celeriac (celery root) recipes. Celeriac is the knobby root of celery and tastes similar to celery stalks, though the texture is quite different. It requires peeling before you cook it. I mostly use it in soups.
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    I have been making this for years and it's the only soup packed with nutrients I've been able to get kids to eat and even ask for a second bowl. Each time you make this soup it will be a little different. Add more or less of a vegetable and you can mix and match with other vegetables not listed. It freezes well so you can take along to work for lunch weeks later with a nice chunk of bread. Enjoy!

    Recipe #103606

    This soup is not a starter but a substantial meal, our favorite winter soup!! When cold the soup should be thick enough to slice, if not you did not make a good pea soup, (that is what my mother always told me!) Traditionally served with pumpernickel bread. Freezes well. I use 2 1/2 cups of split peas and find that thick enough, but for the true thick Dutch version you should use 3 1/2 cups. After a discussion with other Zaar members I like to add this: If you like, add some chopped carrots to the soup and you can make the soup without having to soak the split peas overnight.

    Recipe #44497

    I created this for a contest for a British cooking magazine. It's a spicy soup with a Middle Eastern flavour, great for warming your belly when the cold weather rolls in. You could also substitute a root vegetable like turnip for the celeriac.

    Recipe #71306

    I have been looking for a wonderful borscht recipe and this one looks delightful! From Cooking Live.

    Recipe #62583

    4 Reviews |  By kitina

    Delicious, economical too!

    Recipe #24899

    Attention Garlic Lovers! This is a recipe from Israeli chef Avi Biton of the Adora restaurant, Tel Aiv. Enjoy!

    Recipe #158764

    3 Reviews |  By Geema

    A delightfully different slaw style salad. You can use more or less horseradish to suit your taste. I love to serve this as a pre-dinner salad spooned on top of a bed of watercress or part of a large buffet.

    Recipe #72049

    2 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Celeriac is very ugly looking and you do waste a lot peeling it but try it - if you like celery you'll love this vegetable it has a mild celery flavor. The onion & lemon compliment it. I threw this together last night and it was rather good - You have to peel all the knots of the celeric and get in to the white flesh.

    Recipe #102150

    2 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Hugely chunky, thick, colorful, and peppery, this great peasant soup is filled with chewy ham, tender beans and potatoes, with carrots and green beans along for the ride for texture, color, and taste. Its an excellent hearty meal, most especially with a frosted stein of good beer and chewy bread. Posted by request. Copied and pasted from Soupsong.

    Recipe #41271

    This was posted in response to a request.

    Recipe #22441

    This is a soup I developed in response to a contest in a British Cooking magazine. I hope that you like it as much as I do.

    Recipe #71387

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    If you haven't tried Celery root try it. It looks very ugly unpeeled but when undressed look 100% better. It has the flavor of celery and can be used in so many ways.

    Recipe #41191

    1 Reviews |  By Geema

    Celeriac is a delicious yet often ignored vegetable. It needs to be scrubbed well and then have all the tough peel removed with a good sharp knife. When you cut the celeriac, the flesh darkens in contact with air, so immediately place the cut pieces into water and lemon juice until final preparation.

    Recipe #66555

    Found this in an older Farmer's Homegrower magazine. Turned out nicely.

    Recipe #95418

    Posted for a request, I haven't tried this. Recipe is from 'The German Cookbook' by Mimi Sheraton

    Recipe #107032

    1 Reviews |  By chia

    this is delicious, very much like vicchysoise with the subtle flavor of the celeriac. this does taste good cold, as well, and leftovers reheat beautifully

    Recipe #68375

    This stew has a lot of flavor because of the mix of vegetables is a good one, and the heavy casserole lid traps all the flavor.

    Recipe #91385

    Another celeriac recipe for Bergy. Prep time includes cooling of veg.

    Recipe #23093

    I was experimenting with vegetarian foods and I tried this and my friends really like it.

    Recipe #131464

    This is a Luke Mangan recipe from the "Sydney Morning Herald". I posted this for Sackville Girl as she wanted recipes that used Truffle Oil. It is suggested that you make the celeriac puree in advance (even the day before).

    Recipe #68245

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