Celeriac is a root vegetable with a flavour similar to celery and is also known as turnip-rooted celery or knob celery. It has a dense texture similar to turnip or potato when cooked.
Keep celeriac in the fridge before using – it can be stored for several weeks if it is not allowed to dry out. To prepare, cut off the top and bottom and peel the tough skin with a potato peeler or a paring knife.
UK grown celeriac is available 52 weeks of the year.
It is often referred to as a non carb alternative to potatoes and turnips, celeriac is just as versatile and can be used in place of potatoes for most dishes. It’s great cooked as a vegetable on its own (roasted as chunky chips with paprika is really good), or mashed in with potato for a refreshing change. Celeriac soup is a delicious winter warmer with some crusty bread.
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