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Repurpose celery root puree

I made too much and am trying to come up with ideas to mix it up with the leftovers. I would love to do some kind of hash but I'm not sure how.

asked by Diana about 3 years ago

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TobiT
added about 3 years ago

Maybe a riff on a chicken croquette, replacing the mashed potato (or some of it) with the celery root purée?

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Nancy
Nancy

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added about 3 years ago

Makes delicious soup, mixed with some stock, potatoes, Apple's, cream. See Chow, David Lebowitz, others for full recipes.

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arcane54
added about 3 years ago

Mix with some potatoes and use for an interesting riff on sheperd's pie. I agree soup would be lovely, and croquettes sound great too. Celery root has such a distinctive taste -- have fun and let us know what you create!

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PazzoNico
added about 3 years ago

Add it to a risotto!

Or as a ravioli filling with gorgonzola..? Bacon and walnut sauce...shaved apple garnish...Waldorf ravioli. :)

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Diana
added about 3 years ago

I love the idea of a ravioli filling, but didn't have time to pull that together. I thought about soup but wanted to try something new to me. So, I went with a "cake." I mixed the puree with an egg, some chickpea flour and paprika to form little patties. I did not have my proportions quite right, so they were a little dry but all in all not bad. I'd do it again just with less flour next time.

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