Wednesday, December 17, 2008

50 + 1 Parsnip Recipes

I have to admit, the only way I prepare parsnips is by roasting them, so I am as interested as the rest of you as to how else you can cook parsnips.

1. Curried Parsnip Pie

2. Potatoes and Parsnips in Acorn Squash Bowls - these sound good, though a lot of work

3. Sweet and Gooey Parsnips

4. Corned Beef Parsnip Hash - yummy!!

5. Carrot and Parsnip Latkes

6. Gingered Carrot and Parsnip Soup

7. Baked Parsnips Irish Style - I can't decide why these are Irish Style?

8. Breaded Parsnips

9. Buttered Fried Parsnips - this sounds good

10. Mashed Potatoes, Parsnips and Garlic

11. Creamy Potato and Parsnip Gratin

12. Parsnip Chowder

13. Parsnip Patties

14. Maple Glazed Parsnips

15. Green Bean Parsnip Soup

16. Parsnip Pecan Cake

17. Parsnip Potato Pancakes

18. Winter Vegetables with Horseradish Dill Butter

19. You Hate Parsnips? - yes its a recipe.....

20. Root Vegetable Gratin Dauphinoise

21. Sugar Crusted Parsnips

22. Cajun Parsnip Fries

23. Cheesy Bacon Parsnip Patties

24. Country Pork and Winter Vegetable Pie

25. Curried Cream of Parsnip and Carrot Soup

26. Irish Stew (Lamb Shanks and Ontario Root Vegetables Braised with Guinness)

27. Parsnips with Pears and Wild Rice

28. Savoury Parsnip Parmesan Mini-Muffins

29. Turkey Barley Stew - good way of using up the Christmas turkey

30. Winter Vegetable Soup

31. Smoky Cod and Parsnip Chowder

32. Mashed Potato, Rutabaga, And Parsnip Casserole With Caramelized Onions

33. Baked Butternut Squash and Parsnips

34. Beef and Parsnip Stroganoff

35. Beet Soup with Parsnips

36. Carrot Parsnip and Lentil Soup

37. Chicken and Parsnip Casserole

38. Farfalle with Onion Parsnip Ragout

39. Garbanzo Parsnip Gnocchi

40. Hearty Rutabaga, Carrot, Parsnip and Sausage Soup

41. Low-Fat Parsnip and Butternut Squash Risotto with Herbs - this sounds so good

42. Parsnip and Bean Pie - this is an easy recipe.

43. Parsnip and Cheddar Souffle

44. Parsnip and Pancetta Tagliatelle with Parmesan and Butter

45. Parsnip Cake

46. Parsnip, Carrot and Cauliflower Korma

47. Parsnip Garlic Ravioli with Mushroom Ragout

48. Parsnip Oven-Fries with Yogurt Curry Dipping Sauce

49. Parsnip Parmesan and Sage Bread

50. Parsnip Slaw

51. Pork and Parsnip Casserole

Nutritional Information:

Nutrition Highlights
Parsnips (raw, sliced), 1 cup (155g)
Calories: 100
Protein: 1.56g
Carbohydrate: 24g
Total Fat: 0.4g
Fiber: 6.5g
*Excellent source of: Vitamin C (22.6mg), and Folate (88.8mg)
*Good source of: Potassium (498mg)

So there you go, I didn't realise you could do so much with parsnips.

As next Wednesday is Christmas Eve and the following Wednesday New Year's Eve, I'm going to take a break on the 50 + 1 recipes for a couple of weeks.

Are there any vegetables that you would like me to feature?

7 comments:

expateek said...

Hate to suggest it, but perhaps brussel sprouts? I've just learned to like them, here in Poland, because they're so fresh!

Lakeland Jo said...

corned beef parsnip hash sounds pretty good

Gill - That British Woman said...

expat, we did Brussel Sprouts back in October: http://thatbritishwoman.blogspot.com/2008/10/50-1-recipes-for-brussels-sprouts.html

Gill

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I grew up thinking I wouldn't like parsnips as my family never served them. Then I cooked some myself to find out what they taste like and... I LOVE them!

Gaynor said...

I love parsnips...love them roasted thinly, so they are crispy, even nice when cold...like em roasted thickly...like curried parsnip soup..soup with cumin...perfect for a cold day...like parsnip mash...good with sweet potates, etc as roasted veggies...I could go on.
Did you know they are carcinogenic though? (Sorry..am a biologist)...Course you have to eat millions at once for it to do you harm hehe...sorry...couldnt resist.

Gaynor said...

Irish style...cooked in bacon fat..national dish it bacon and cabbage (gammony ham...delicious actually, served with mash potatoe and parsley sauce..).

Gaynor
(in Ireland)

Yolanda said...

Are Parsnips really good? I have never tried them.