There is no way I’ll feel compelled to go back to the white potato after today’s recipe. I’ve skinned, chopped and cooked celeriac (celery root) in butter with a dash of salt and pepper. That’s it. The great thing about celeriac is that it softens quickly – within 2-3 minutes of cooking – and develops [...]
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Another soup to keep your warm this Winter without packing on the pounds is Cream of Broccoli. I’m not talking about the version with cream and/or white potato. This recipe is vegan and lower-carb. Instead of potato, I use celery root, which is light but still adds that smooth texture. There are only a handful [...]
I doubt you have leftover mashed potatoes left from Thanksgiving, but isn’t it sad that most of us don’t really have mashed potatoes regularly? In my experience, it’s a comfort dish that I’d see at family gatherings or holiday dinners, not an everyday side dish unless, that is, it’s the packaged grocery store variety that [...]
By itself, celery root is subtle, but its distinct flavor (tastes like a combination of celery and parsley) is something you can never tire of regardless of how it’s cooked. Like when enjoying most vegetables, I usually have celeriac when lightly sautéed with butter and seasoned with salt and pepper. Today, I decided to make [...]
Baked potatoes without the potatoes. So that’s where celeriac comes in. It matches the look and texture of potatoes without all the figure-flopping starches. This recipe is easy to put together and a great way to get the comfort of potatoes without actually having any. Enjoy!