The celeriac, it looks like a big "ugly" bulb but do not underestimate this root. High in dietary fiber and protein as well as many crucial vitamins and minerals. High contents in vitamin C and K, various vitamin B such as B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6. Rich in calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc.Do you still want to leave it on the side?
The celeriac can be used juiced, mixed, roasted, stewed, blanched, fried or mashed. Here some recipes to help you to use this great vegetable!
On an oven tray lay all the vegetables and mix them with salt and pepper and the olive oil. Bake it until cook approx. 20min fan bake 180c.
Leave it cool down. Then add the balsamic vinegar, the maple syrup and the chopped parsley.
Ready to serve!
For the mayonnaise:
For the mayonnaise, mix together the lemon juice, mustard, soy milk. With a whisk add step by step the oil to the mix until obtain the right consistency.
Mix the celeriac grated with the raisins, walnut and diced apple. Add mayonnaise to the mix, the quantity of mayonnaise depending on your taste. Enjoy!
If the taste of celeriac is too strong for you, try to mash it with potatoes, a mash potato/celeriac is perfect to go with any veges or meat!
You can also try to make celeriac chips or fries, yummy when comfy food is needed! Celeriac is also great to make rosti with carrots and potatoes!
The celeriac can also be appreciated in juice mixed with apple juice for example!