In truth, I never meant to buy turnip greens. I thought I was buying frozen spinach for a pizza I was making. BUT when I got home, I realized that my bag of spinach was really a bag of greens. rg! Traditionally, I havent liked turnip, mustard, or collard greens all that much, but you know me, waste not, want not Griffin. This meant that getting rid of these frozen greens was not an option, and that I had a challenge on my handsâ€“how would I make them taste good, with as little effort as possible? The answer was simpleâ€“ Roasting + Beer!
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Dice turnips into -inch cubes and toss with olive oil. Season with salt and pepper and roast until tender, about 30 minutes. In a large skillet over medium heat, cook bacon until crispy. Using a slotted spoon, remove bacon to a paper towel-lined plate and set aside. Remove half the bacon fat from skillet. Add onions to skillet and cook until soft. Add garlic and greens and cook, stirring occasionally, for about 4 minutes. Chop bacon. Stir in vinegar, stock, and bacon. Cover pan and cook 5 minutes more. Season with salt and pepper, fold in roasted turnips, and serve. From Move Over, Turkey.
FreezingCubed roots can be blanched for approximately 2 minutes, shocked in ice cold water to arrest cooking, and frozen. Or cooked roots can be mashed, cooled, and frozen. Cooked greens can be frozen as well.
Presentation: Arrange prepared radishes, butter, salt and bread in a manner that suits your esthetic style and dÃ©cor. If possible, allow for the salt to be in a small bowl, or salt cellar, so that one can roll and crumble the salt between thumb and index finger.
Tina Jaillet is a Lexington resident and a LexFarm Founding Member. She has boundless interests yet sharing foods with loved ones is a daily pursuit. Tina volunteers for the LexFarm educational committee.
I almost always eat radishes raw. However, my sister gave me this recipe to prepare radishes in an unusual way. Roasting brings out unexpected sweetness which counters the radishes' natural bite, resulting in a surprisingly different taste.
Betsy Pollack is a LexFarm member with a passion for cooking. She tries to eat as mindfully as possible, thinking about where food comes from, geographically and otherwise, eating seasonally, and supporting local agriculture.
If youre looking for a low carb alternative to potatoes or rice, look no further than turnips. Yes, turnips! While they may be mildly bitter, roasting them will reduce that bitterness and add rich caramelized flavor.
The turniproots andthe greens are edible. Most grocery stores carry turnips with their greens removed. Often, we sell ours with the greens still attached. We cook them just like we would mustard greens. One of our favorite ways to cook them is to sautÃ© them with a little olive oil, garlic, koshersalt, and black pepper.
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Sick of kale chips? You're in luck, because there's a new leafy green chip in town: turnip top chips! You don't want to miss out on this crunchy snack that also happens to be good for you and good for the planet.
step two: preheat the oven + prep the greens
Yes, you can eat the green tops of turnips! Not only are they edible, they're super tasty. The greens are sturdy enough to use in salads, blend in with smoothies, bake as chips, or even saut for a simple side dish.
Turnip greens are a healthy leafy green optionyou can use them in place of other greens like swiss chard or mustard greens. You'll get a variety of vitamins and minerals like vitamin C, vitamin K, and potassium from turnip greens, as well as fiber and disease-fighting antioxidants.
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