Recipes For: Celery Root

Celeriac, or celery root as it’s generally called in the US, is a form of stalk celery, but it looks entirely different: it's a knobby, bulbous root with a dirty brown, creviced skin. Cut off the thick skin to reveal pale ivory flesh, infused with the refreshing and zesty flavor of parsley and celery. Though celery root has never attained the popularity here that it enjoys in Europe, many chefs have rediscovered this versatile Old World vegetable as a delicious addition to soup, stews, salads, gratins and stuffings.


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Purée of Apple and Celery Root
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Braised Winter Root Vegetables
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Celery Root Remoulade
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Winter Root Vegetable Soup
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Celery Root Gratin
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Celery Root and Potato Mash
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