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Parsnip Recipes

Parsnip Cooking TipsIf you arrived here via a search engine, do not miss the full informational article on Parsnips, which includes history, selection, storage, and usage tips. The parsnip looks like a white, overgrown carrot. It is sweet with a texture like a sweet potato and can be eaten raw or cooked. They are wonderful in soups and stews as well as roasted or mashed like potatoes. Choose small or medium parsnips rather than the large ones. The bigger ones have a woody, bitter center.

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Parsnip Recipes

•  Artichoke Soup
•  Beef Stew with Newcastle Brown Ale and Dumplings
•  Brisket in White Wine
•  Carrot & Parsnip Latkes
•  Cashew Mushroom Loaf
•  Chestnut Amaretto Soup
•  Chestnut Carrot Bisque
•  Corned Beef Parsnip Hash
•  Curried Parsnip Pie
•  French Winter Vegetable Soup
•  Gingered Carrot and Parsnip Soup
•  Jerusalem Artichoke Quick Bread
•  Kale and Parsnips
•  Loaded Parsnip Mashed Potatoes
•  Mom's Oxtail Ragout
•  Mulligan Stew with Blueberry Dumplings
•  Pineapple Pork Stew (Crockpot)
•  Potatoes & Parsnips in Acorn Squash Bowls
•  Striped Bass in Horseradish Crust in Anchovy Broth with Parsnip Puree
•  Sweet and Gooey Parsnips
•  Sweet Lamb Hot Pot and Dumplings
•  Traditional Yiddish Brisket
•  Winter Vegetable Chowder

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