Jul 5, 2011

Hines Farm Kohlrabi - Simply Recipes

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Simply Recipes.com - Kohlrabi

Have you ever eaten a kohlrabi? These little sputnik-shaped vegetables come in green or purple, can be eaten raw or cooked, and taste a lot like broccoli stems. The word kohlrabi is German for cabbage turnip (kohl as in cole-slaw, and rübe for turnip) though kohlrabi is more related to cabbage and cauliflower than to root vegetables. We usually eat them raw, just peeled, sliced and added to a salad, but they are also delicious cooked and are often used in Indian cuisine.

If you come by some kohlrabi and are wondering what to make with them, we have a kohlrabi ham bake here on Simply Recipes and the following are several enticing ideas from other food blogs:

Kohlrabi Kalan with coconut and chiles, from My Cookbook Celeriac and kohlrabi rosti an Indian kohlrabi fritter from Rosa Jackson's Edible Adventures Kohlrabi and apple slaw from A Veggie Venture Roasted kohlrabi from A Veggie Venture Puréed kohlrabi from Farmgirl Fare Spicy kohlrabi sukke from Aayi's Recipes Kohlrabi curry from Cook's Hideout Kohlrabi and squash empanadas from Straight from the Farm Fennel and kohlrabi salad from Food Stories Kohlrabi remoulade from Nourish Me Quick kohlrabi pickles from Restaurant Widow 
Also Allrecipes.com- Kohlrabi Recipes


Have a favorite kohlrabi recipe? Let us know... Monte

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