6 Reviews

This was awful, I put in raw bacon, because it didn't say to cook it first. Yuck!

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phatkowski November 18, 2009

I was wary of this recipe not having any onion and/or garlic, but it is quite O.K. the way it is. However, next time I might add some. I cooked the bacon first....could not imagine putting it in raw. The only way I usually prepare parsnips is to mash them with carrots, so this was a nice change, and the potatoes took care of the starch in the meal at the same time. Thanks for posting Jessica......this will become a regular!

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mabers June 04, 2006

wasn't sure about this but it turned out to taste great, a real comfort type food and good with a bit of crusty bread on the side.

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Minoush January 21, 2006

I guess this just wasn’t our thing. Dh and I would have preferred this dish fried, without the chicken stock.

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Chef Patience October 06, 2005

Minimal preparation and really delicious! The only changes I made were to add 1 chopped onion, and 4 cloves of chopped garlic. I love parsnips, and they tasted great with these other ingredients. Thank you for sharing this recipe, Jessica!

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bluemoon downunder October 05, 2005

This is a wonderfully tasty dish!! The parsnips add a bit of bite to the potato and bacon. The overall dish, cooked in broth is quite low fat and extremely tasty. This is yet another of your recipes that I'll be making again Jessica. Thanks!

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Fairy Nuff October 01, 2005
Parsnips, Potatoes and Bacon