Turnip là gì


Radishes come in many shapes & sizes. Some favorites include the “French Breakfast” radish, long & thin & often served with salted butter, the daikon (also known as a Japanese radish) which is pale trắng and suitable for more long-term storage, Watermelon radishes, & numerous others that are all crunchy and delicious. Radishes are best served raw and are great companions to any kind of dip or dressing.

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Turnips are similar root vegetables that have sầu firm, Trắng flesh but the greens (“turnip tops,” as they’re called in the UK) are also edible. Side note: rutabagas (yet another delicious root vegetable) originated as a cross between a cabbage and a turnip; they’re a little sweeter, but can be treated in most all the same ways. Turnips are often harvested when they’re small for human consumption, but larger varieties are used as feed for cattle và livestock. Turnips are often boiled và sometimes pickled, sautéed in salternative text và soy sauce, & are most commonly eaten in the fall và winter, but can be preserved until later in the year.

While turnips are best prepared and cooked, radishes are easy khổng lồ eat as-is, as a snachồng or a last-minute appetizer. Check out these 7 recipes for radishes & turnips và don’t hesitate to take a bite out of nature’s most delicious root vegetables.

1. Shaved Turnip và Radish Salad with Poppyseed Dressing


The Splendid Table

Raw turnips in this salad lkết thúc a peppery flavor that pairs well with the dressing—táo cider vinegar, lemon, Dijon mustard, olive sầu oil, shallots, poppy seeds, honey, and a pinch of salternative text. Get the recipe.

2. Momofuku Turnip Pickle



One of the favorite snacks served at David Chang’s restaurant Momofuku, these turnips are pickled in a mixture of rice vinegar, sugar, water, & kosher salternative text. They’re crispy & a perfect match for any sandwich. Get our Momofuku Turnip Pickle recipe.

3. Turnip Enchiladas


Farm Fresh Feasts

If you’re looking for a vegetarian enchiladomain authority, turnips are the way lớn go. This take has chopped leeks, enchiladomain authority sauce, salsa verde, và sharp cheddar cheese. Be sure not khổng lồ overcook the turnips, so they maintain their crunch và texture. Get the recipe.

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4. Glazed Poppy Seed Turnips



Similar to lớn glazed carrots, these turnips are cooked in a butter-water mixture until they’re fork tender and then glazed in a vinaigrette made of red wine vinegar, honey, salt, pepper, and poppy seeds. Get our Glazed Poppy Seed Turnips recipe.

5. Pan-Seared Radishes with Miso Butter



This recipe includes sautéed và wilted radish tops along with the pan-seared radishes. The spicy miso-butter mixture acts as a glaze, & you can substitute your favorite type of miso paste. Get our Pan-Seared Radishes with Miso Butter recipe.

6. Braised Turnips, Chestnuts, and Apples

Braised vegetables are a simple last-minute addition to any meal into lớn which you can incorporate a variety of ingredients. This rendition has red onions, roasted chestnuts, & apples, with White whine, rosemary, garlic, tomato paste, honey, salternative text, & chicken broth. Get the recipe.

7. Creamy Radish Dip

This dip is a great dish lớn bring to lớn a buổi tiệc nhỏ since it’s easy lớn make and doesn’t require many ingredients. Cream cheese, fresh dill, fresh chives, salternative text, & two cups of coarsely grated radishes. You can substitute any fresh herb you have on h& lớn change it up. Get our Creamy Radish Dip recipe.

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