Now what do you do with the most ugliest vegetable known to man, the celeriac? Sorry to be mean to the that knobby and rough skinned vegetable, but let’s be honest it’s not the most attractive vegetable out there.
Last week I received some celeriac in my organic veg box and had a bit of a dilemma of what to do with them. In the past I’ve usually just used them as part of a root vegetable mash, but I thought that they deserved some love and to be made into something special, a super creamy and delicious soup.
Ingredients (makes 4 medium servings)
1 onion chopped
1 medium sized celeriac diced
1 apple chopped
1/2 tsp of cumin
1 tsp of all purpose seasoning
1 tsp of dried mixed herbs
1 litre of stock
1 cup of almond milk
Fry the onion in a pan until softened and then add the celeriac and apple and cook for a further 2 minutes. Pour in the stock, almond milk and spices add allow the soup to simmer for 20 minutes until the celeriac has softened.
Pour the mixture into a blend or use a hand blender to blitz up the soup until smooth. Return to the pan to warm through for a further 5 minutes.
This soup is so rich and creamy and tastes lovely with the apple. I topped mine with olive oil, natural yogurt and nuts, so good!
Do you like celeriac? What is your favourite way to cook it?
What is your least favourite vegetable?
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