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Parsnip

parsnip

A relative of the carrot, parsnips don't look as attractive (they look like a white/creamy carrot) but they make up for everything in the flavour department. Parsnips have a rich nutty flavour and a gorgeous in roasts, soups and mashes. Made famous in Australian media over a stoush between Don Burke and Donna Hay, the humble parsnip has borne undue criticism, luckily all things old are new again, and parsnip is now featured on many a modern restaurant menu in a variety of ways.

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Parsnips have a rich nutty flavour and a gorgeous in roasts, soups and mashes...

Select small to medium sized firm parsnips, with no splitting...

Wash and trim as you like! To refresh celery, soak it in cold water for 5-10 minutes or until crisp...

Parsnips are a good source of vitamin C, niacin and potassium, and provide some vitamin E and dietary fibre, too...