Turnip 'n' Peas 'n' Shrooms

Turnip 'n' Peas 'n' Shrooms created by Bergy

I always served turnip in some form or another -- mashed. While I still love mashed turnip, this is an interesting and different way to serve it. And you get 3 veggies in one dish!

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  • Peel rutabaga and cut into cubes about 1-inch square; cook in boiling salted water until tender but not mushy.
  • Add peas and cook for 2 minutes longer; drain well.
  • Meanwhile, saute mushrooms in butter; season with the thyme and black pepper.
  • Combine all ingredients in a serving bowl and toss lightly.
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"I always served turnip in some form or another -- mashed. While I still love mashed turnip, this is an interesting and different way to serve it. And you get 3 veggies in one dish!"

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  1. lisa_heroux
    I tried this last night andit wasvery tasty. I added a few onions to the dish and it added some nice flavor. Very easy to make!
  2. Bergy
    Turnip 'n' Peas 'n' Shrooms Created by Bergy
  3. Bergy
    This recipe does the lowly turnip justice! Great mix of flavors. The buttered mushrooms give just that exrta touch. I used sugar snap peas (fresh) cut diagonally in 3 instead of the frozen peas and cooked them for about 1 minute so they added crunch but were still heated through. Another time I may even try mashing the turnips with the mushrooms & peas stirred through. Excellent recipe Lennie Thanks! — Sep 16, 2002, 3 members found this helpful Additional comments I really enjoy this rcipe - This time I used Kohlrabi (the garden is loaded with them) Cooked for 5 minutes, frozen peas (I did not precook them just added them to the mushrooms) everyone enjoyed their veggies
  4. Jenny Sanders
    Turnip 'n' Peas 'n' Shrooms Created by Jenny Sanders
  5. Jenny Sanders
    Nice! I went light on the rutabaga and heavy on the peas, and used half butter and half olive oil for the mushrooms. Makes a delicious and easy all-in-one vegetable dish good enough for company, simple enough for everyday.
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