If you’re thinking of serving your family and friends a gorgeous roast this weekend why don’t you put this steaming, creamy Celeriac Gratin in front of them and see their faces light up?

So we’ve put together a really simple guide to getting celeriac right. It goes well with beef, ham, chicken, well pretty much everything. It is even a great veggie option to please the non-meat eaters.

Watch – Jamie preparing a celeriac.

Cook – follow the recipe for Jamie’s warming, crowd-pleasing celeriac gratin.

Happy Easter!

Jim Tanfield

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I'm Jamie's Website Editor and as well as overseeing my brilliantly creative team I am always looking at ways to eat more great food because I'm always hungry and a little bit greedy. Desert island ingredient: Chillies Favourite dish: Anything Mexican...or French...Japanese...don't make me choose! Favourite Non-Jamie Restaurant: Cinnamon Club

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