How to cook Celeriac
Celeriac has super-tough skin that needs to be peeled off, and this is easiest to do with a small sharp knife.
There are loads of delicious ways to eat this characterful root vegetable – sliced thinly and baked in a creamy gratin, blitzed into a silky soup, mashed up with roasted garlic, or in a classic mustardy remoulade.
WHAT IS CELERIAC?
Although it might not be the most attractive veg in the world, celeriac more than makes up in taste what it lacks in appearances. It’s a root veg that’s hearty and substantial, and makes a brilliant choice for vegetarian comfort food. Try it mashed, chopped and roasted until sticky, or even roast whole. Yum!
WHEN IS CELERIAC IN SEASON?
Celeriac is in season from September to April.
HOW TO STORE CELERIAC
Celeriac should be stored in a cool, dark place.
What are the health benefits?
Celeriac is a source of potassium, which helps keep our blood pressure healthy. It's also a source of folate, which we need to make the red blood cells that transport oxygen around our body.