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Celeriac And Potato Mash

Food.Wishes's picture
This is one of those vegetable that you didn’t even know they had at your super market… but they do! It’s over by the turnips and rutabagas. They do very in size, but try to make the proportions in this dish about 50% potato to 50% celery root. The small splash of cream I added is optional of course, but the butter is a must! You know that I’m always telling you to use high-quality whole spices when possible, and the fresh nutmeg I grate on top of this earthy blend really makes the dish. Get some whole nutmeg, and a spice grinder, and see what the big deal is all about.
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Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Cuisine: 
European
Preparation Time: 
5 Minutes
Cook Time: 
25 Minutes
Ready In: 
30 Minutes
Servings: 
4
Celeriac, is indeed the frog prince of winter vegetables. Pare off its warty exterior and you'll uncover the royal vegetable within, a perfect, ivory-fleshed, winter alternative to potatoes and other root vegetables. This recipe makes this ugly duckling vegetable into a true culinary swan. Chef has made it wonderfully hearty and rich side dish for braised or roasted meats.

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