I have never particularly like kohlrabi, but I have a bunch from my CSA. Any suggestions of favorite things to do with them? Thanks!
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Go raw: batonettes or grated in salad, sliced thickish as chip alt for hummus etc, sliced thinner as fun crunchy surprise in sandwiches, diced in tuna salad.
Well you can chop them up, and cover them with a inch of water add some sugar, salt and butter and simmer till tender. Most recently I made a puree from this recipe.
It changes quite a bit depending on how many of the leaves you add.
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Roast it and treat it like roasted broccoli--put it over pasta, sauced in lemon and butter. There's a good recipe for crostini with roasted kohlrabi on the site.
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I roasted it in medium dice in a quick oven with olive oil and salt, and it was amazing. ;o)
Thanks for the suggestions! I will definitely be trying them.
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