Kohlrabi Tips

Serves2-4 people
Vegans Gluten-free diets

Ok. So it looks like something from space but despite appearances, it is a VEG and not a UFO. What’s lovely about it, is it doesn’t need much doing to it. Here are a few simple ideas.

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1. Stripped down. That’s right, we like to eat it naked. Slice and crunch. It’s a great way of getting acquainted. You’ll be surprised just how delicious it tastes. Appley, with a hint of radish.
2. Sticked. If you dig kohlrabi’s refreshing, raw crunch, peel then slice it into matchsticks and make it into a Waldorf salad with a twist.
3. Stacked. If you’re a bit unsure about kohl rabi, toss it into a gratin. Unpeeled is fine. Thinly sliced. Layer with some spuds, rosemary, cream and garlic.
4. Sizzled. If none of these ideas are floating your boat, try this. Peel and dice. Do the same to an apple. Toss in a pan of sizzling butter. Add a little salt. Sizzle till golden. Scatter with herbs. An awesome companion for roast pork. Or, add a little bacon and top off with a poached egg.
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I love this vegetable. I could eat it raw, it tastes delicious. Is a beautiful marriage between broccoli and radish.