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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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jane_grenier
added about 8 years ago

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.

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foodfighter
added about 8 years ago

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.

http://www.farmgirlfare.com/2007/11/recipe-what-to-do-with-kohlrabi-puree.html

It changes quite a bit depending on how many of the leaves you add.

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added about 8 years ago

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.
http://www.food52.com/recipes...

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AntoniaJames
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added about 8 years ago

I asked this question a few weeks ago:

http://www.food52.com/foodpickle...

I roasted it in medium dice in a quick oven with olive oil and salt, and it was amazing. ;o)

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fiveandspice
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added about 8 years ago

Thanks for the suggestions! I will definitely be trying them.

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