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~Delicious Sides~ Rutabaga Recipes

Simple Rutabaga Hash & Mash

  • peeled and diced rutabaga
  • salt
  • black pepper
  • allspice
  • nutmeg
  • cinnamon
  • butter
  • olive oil
  • milk

The first task involves peeling and dicing up your rutabaga into coin sized chunks. If you haven’t done this before please, prepare yourself for a struggle! This veggie is quite tough so use caution when performing this task with a knife.

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Now it’s time to boil your rutabaga, usually for around 20-25 minutes. Salt your water beforehand. Drain water and continue sauteing your rutabaga.

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If making a mash, add butter, milk, and seasonings to your liking and mash up with a masher on low heat. Mash, mash, mash!

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If frying up a hash, continue sauteing your squares on high heat with some olive oil, butter and seasonings to your liking. Perfection!

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“I would say that molecular gastronomy is a field of science. I would – I would say that it’s probably lumped under chemistry, maybe. Because cooking, while it has certainly biology and some physics, it’s mostly chemistry.”

-Wylie Dufresne

 

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4 Comments on ~Delicious Sides~ Rutabaga Recipes

  1. I absolutely love rutabaga! Having only discovered this about myself recently, I’m excited to try this recipe. It was a discovery by accident. I thought I was buying a turnip. I know, I know. How could that happen? I was distracted by all the shiny objects in the grocery aisle. Anyway … Any recipe that uses stuff I typically already have on hand is a winner with me!

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    • Oh yeah I know how that goes, you gotta appreciate the little and shiny things in life. 😳 Rutabaga is definitely one of those foods that you don’t hear much about these days but damn is it good! Thanks for reading and happy cooking my friend! 😀

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