This is a perfect summer supper dish because it is so light and delicately flavoured. I made no change to the recipe, all worked fine. This was my first time with celeriac, too, and was so happy to find a new easy vegatable. I will make this for guests sometime, as it is so fast and easy, perfect for a dinner party.
Very light and flavoursome meal, very quick to make. Put celeriac through food processor for mashing, saving some time. Really good summer meal.
I'm so sorry to have not liked it because I was really optimistic that I would. I think it's mostly that I just must not like celeriac. If I make this again (after trying another 5 starred celeriac recipe...I'm not giving up on a new veggie that easily), I'm going to buy one about half the size (I weighed mine at the store) because it was over-powering, IMHO (now that I look at all the photos again, I see that I ended up with as much of the mash as Jenny did, which is more than in the other photos). I think I failed to cook it long enough and mash it well enough, so I'll correct that next time. The mustard sauce was very tasty, though, and I may continue to use that with salmon once in a while.
This was a wonderful and light dinner. I have never had celeriac before and was looking for a dish where I could use it without overpowering any flavour that it might have and finding this one with salmon was perfect. I was very impressed with the results. This was a nice change and healthy as well! I did use Dijon mustard instead since I didn't have any grain mustard and it turned out fabulous. I will certainly make this again. Thanks for this creative dish MarieAlice. :)
What a fabulous diet dinner that tasted as if it wasn't! I used Scottish organic salmon and the flavours came together beautifully. As we are on diets I left out the olive oil. I really fell in love with celeriac. An excellent choice for people on the Slimming World diet on a red day! I will be making this again. Many thanks for including this recipe in recipezaar!
Really good and a bit different. The celeraic has a different, less mealy texture than potatoes, and a nutty flavor. I had this with a bottle of Belgian-style wheat ale, and that was a great combination of flavors.
As advertised, this was very quick and easy to put together. The mustard and lemon was a nice touch with the celeriac. I'm surprised this meal hasn't been discovered by people on low-carb diets - it's a good one for that.