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Monday, December 26, 2011, 4:35pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Anyone have any good recipes for horseradish root and/or rutabaga?
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try recipe center and the GTD recipes as well
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Horseradish is a condiment, as it is rather hot to eat by itself.  Many people add some horseradish to meat.

Rutabaga can be used as a replacement for mashed potato.  I'm not an authority on rutabaga use, but I think it can be eaten raw like apple slices, although without the sweetness.


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Rutabaga can be used anywhere potato might be used (cooked) or turnip (raw or cooked).

It also might be used instead of pumpkin for pie.
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Horseradish I usually grate, then add salt and lemon juice, and use as a condiment on fish. Sometimes I grate some raw beets with it too. I suppose it would make a good condiment on poultry too, but I've never tried it like that.


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Rutabaga is nice roasted, in a winter root veggie mix.


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rutagaba is also very good steamed.

i have also cooked and mashed it together with carrots and/or parsnips. with a little ghee and sea salt. mmm yum.

ABJoe is right... it is very tasty raw.


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