Thanks for reminding me of an old family favourite that my mum often made. My youngest son had never eaten it , and really enjoyed it. It's a lovely winter veg, so sweet and tasty.
This has been a family favourite of ours too! It is sooooooooo YUMMY!! I am raing this recipe high because I make this dish myself, though I've never added the parsley - I think I might from now on!! If you've never tried it before....I strongly recommend you give it a go! Karin.
Had this for our St. Patricks Day cook a thon, its a recipe I have used for years, and a family favourite. Well except for my non eating vegetable son..lol..still delicious!
I added half an onion, chopped, to each of the vegetables before boiling them. The result was just great!
Sensational. Even my picky eater liked it.
The husband doesn't like cooked carrots or parsnips, but this was one of his favorite dishes in St. Paddy's day! Thanks for the great recipe!
Tubbortons made this! A delicious puree. After the steam, a few pulses in the food processor made this the perfect consistancy. Then seasoned up it went! We loved the color, texture and flavor of the parsnips and carrots. Tubbortons!
Bergy: This wonderful Sunshine recipe became a favorite in our house. I served it for our best friends one night and the next for our other 6 friends at our get-together. They all raved about it and cleaned the bowl completely up. My husband told me to keep the recipe for another day.
Was served this at a dinner party recently, it was made exactly to your recipe and was a wonderful addition to the main course. this is definately going to be a regular in my household. thanks for sharing.
I have always loved parsnips, and was looking for a different way to fix them. I forgot to get some parsley, but we made this without it and it was very good. I predict that this recipe will be one of my favorite vegetable dishes!