Parsnip Mashed Potatoes- Description It started with parsnips. Lately, it seems like every cooking show I watch, they’re doing something with parsnips. I’d never even heard of parsnips before last month, and now they’re everywhere. I suppose that’s how it always goes. So what is a parsnip? Parsnips are a root vegetable; they look like white carrots, only less sweet. So, I decided that for my first parsnip dish, I’d go with something I mastered long ago.
The warming recipe includes a hint of star anise within Chinese five-spice powder that gives this dish character. You can chop and change the vegetables a little depending on what you have in your kitchen – celeriac instead of parsnip, for instance, or shredded cabbage rather than sprouts – but this is a particularly fun way of using Brussels sprouts in a meal.
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If you eat parsnips you’re probably wondering why I would ask that question, but I have friends who have never bought a parsnip; probably because they’ve never tasted one. They can’t taste parsnips if they never buy them, and it goes on and on. It’s a vicious cycle, really, and I can help. I’ve decided... <a href="http://www.chicagonow.com/eat-it-all-up/2015/10/roasted-parsnips-what-the-heck-is-a-parsnip-anyway/" class="more-link&...