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An Adventurous Alaskan gardener. Always have used this veggie raw. Needed a new use. Great recipe. I did not have the cheese listed and used Mexican American. Tasty. <br/>Find that the tops are just as edible and will try those next. <br/>P.S. My dog is a lover also. Transform your table and add a new veggie.

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frzn99701 August 24, 2014

This was the first time I have cooked kohlrabi and with the cheese sauce with them, this was really good. I did not put any allspice on it either. I will do this again. PS the kohlrabi's do not taste like they smell while cooking. Not a pleasant odor.

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AnitaMarie77 October 05, 2013

I love kohlrabi's raw, cooked and now with this cheese sauce. This was really good! I didn't care for the allspice on it, I was glad I only put it on a small portion. Next time instead of slicing the kohlrabi's I'll dice them so I can eat them with a spoon so that I get a lot of that yummy cheese sauce with it. So glad I tried this recipe. Made for All You Can Cook Buffet.

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Catnip46 July 28, 2011

Yummy cheese sauce. Great recipe!

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Denise G. August 08, 2010

Wow... like some others, first time eating kohlrabi. I was getting sick of our rotation of side dishes and thought we'd try this. Really nice! I used two softball sized kohlrabi and pealed off the tough outside. For the cheese sauce I used aged gouda and added worcestershire. My DH even had seconds. Thank you DiB's. Made for Slide into Sides Photo Contest

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Krista Roes November 06, 2009

Yum!!! Boiling took a lot of the bitterness out of the kohlrabi. I added some black pepper and cayenne pepper for some extra flavor. Otherwise this was a hit!

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Yogachef July 25, 2009

Grew kohlrabi in garden this year,having never eaten it I had no idea what to do with it. Thank goodness for zaar. Found lots of recipes for this veggie. Decided to try this one first. Got kinda nervous when it was cooking. DD said, what stinks? After I made the cheese sauce I put it in the whole thing in oven and baked for about 15 minutes. Kids thought it was a potato dish. They all loved it. Dh said it was good too. Used cheddar cheese(about 1/2 cup) and left out the allspice. added lots of ground black pepper. Great way to try a new veggie.Will make again

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Z,G,L's mom July 15, 2008

Easy to do and tasty! We made it with a reduced fat cheddar blend and it was very creamy/cheesy. Next time I might cut the condensed chicken broth with a little water to keep the dish from getting too salty (just on the verge of it this time). Thanks, DiB!

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ChaCha & Junior September 17, 2007

My son now beggs for chessy kohlrabi. We have used the cheese sayse on several other things and love it. The broth gives the sauce a much richer flavor.

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The Silly Goose August 03, 2007

This was the first time I have ever eaten cooked kohlrabi. We have always eaten it raw. It was delicious & my son didn't want to eat anything else for supper except this. A very mild brocolli flavor. I will make this again and again. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Krsi Sue July 06, 2006
Cheesy Kohlrabi