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dubstarr73 Sat 11-May-13 14:32:38

Does anyone know how to cook it.I bought it hte other day and ive no idea.Thanks

TheMoreItSnows Sat 11-May-13 14:37:41

Treat it like potatoes, peel it then roast it, mash it, dauphinoise it, or julienne it very fine and eat it raw in a coleslaw type dish...

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Sat 11-May-13 15:13:26

Ooh there is a lovely recipe for a gratin with red chilli - it's either Hairy Bikers or HFW and I can't remember which. Worth a google - tis v nice.

BIWI Sat 11-May-13 15:15:56

Celeriac Tartiflette

Rough quantities:

500g celeriac, cut into small chunks, boiled in salted water till just tender (15-20 mins)
2 little packs smoked lardons (they are usually 2 small, linked packs)
2-3 echalion shallots, finely chopped
2 cloves garlic
100ml white wine
sloosh of double cream
a bay leaf or two
25g butter
Reblochon cheese - around 200-250g - cut into dice

While the celeriac is cooking, fry the shallots, lardons, garlic and bayleaves in butter in a frying pan, till all are soft/tender. Add the white wine and the cream and continue to cook gently till all is reduced.

Once the celeriac is cooked, drain it, put it into a casserole dish, add the onion/bacon/wine/cream mixture, stir in and then add the Reblochon. Stir together and season with black pepper.

Bake in the oven with a lid on the dish for around 20 minutes at around 180-200, then take the lid off and continue to cook for another 20 minutes until golden brown on top.

Lovely served with a green salad with a garlicky vinaigrette dressing.

BIWI Sat 11-May-13 15:18:48

Celeriac Boulangere

600g celeriac (1 large celeriac) peeled
250g shallots (about 3 large banana/echalion shallots)
chicken stock - about half litre*
3-4 cloves garlic
sea salt and black pepper
grated mature cheddar (gruyere would be nice, but I only had cheddar!)

Cut the celeriac into chunks, and then slice the chunks. (If you have a food processor, use the fattest slicing blade)
Peel and slice the shallots
Mix the shallots and celeriac together in a reasonably shallow casserole/baking dish
Crush the garlic and mix into the celeriac/shallots, along with a good seasoning of black pepper and sea salt
Pour the stock into the dish, then cover with foil/a lid and bake on a medium heat for around half an hour; take the foil/lid off and bake for another half an hour, so that the stock reduces - just make sure it doesn't burn on top.
When it's sufficiently dry/cooked through, top the dish with plenty of grated cheese and bake again until the cheese is browned.

* I found that using the whole amount of stock was too much - 3/4 of this amount would probably have been better. I had to put the dish in the microwave on high for 10 minutes to boil the excess off, and it was still a bit too liquidy when I served it - although it tasted lovely!

Serves 6 easily

BIWI Sat 11-May-13 15:19:28

Celeriac and leek mash (serves 2 generously)

1/4 large celeriac, peeled and chopped into inch-square chunks
1 large leek, washed and sliced

Boil the celeriac in salted water till it's tender - about 20-25 minutes
Add the sliced leeks to the celeriac and continue to boil until the leeks are tender - about 2 minutes
Drain the vegetables, then return to the pan
Add a large knob of butter and then use a hand blender to mash the veg - the texture is up to you
Season with black pepper and sea salt, to taste

Moominsarehippos Sat 11-May-13 15:20:04

I'm boring - I make celery and celeriac soup!

D0oinMeCleanin Sat 11-May-13 15:23:55

I just celeriac instead of potatos for mash when I am being healthy. I read somewhere that if you boil it in milk it tastes more like potato, but I've never tried it done in water, so I can't tell you whether that is true.

I'm only really posting to mark my place so I can try BIWI's Celeriac Boulangere recipe grin We're getting a bit sick of sweet potatos, that would make a nice change served with chicken instead of my usual roasted orange vegetables. It sounds lovely.

UptoapointLordCopper Sat 11-May-13 17:07:30


RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Sat 11-May-13 17:10:51


The only HFW recipe I've liked.

dubstarr73 Sat 11-May-13 20:51:30

Oh nice have to have a go with the chilli that sounds my kinda recipe

MousyMouse Sat 11-May-13 20:58:18

cut into discs
cook until nearly tender (about a minute in the microwave)

Drladybird Sat 11-May-13 21:45:27

Sweet coconut, celeriac and chickpea curry or, as everyone else says, in a gratin.

AndMiffyWentToSleep Sun 12-May-13 13:34:31

Celeriac remoulade - grate it and mix with mayo, natural yogurt & horseradish. Delicious!

IhateMondaymornings Mon 13-May-13 22:07:18

Try celariac and apple salad. If you google there are a variety of recipes. It's lovely with pork.

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