Marinated root vegetable salad with chicken
Making salads is such a great way to use plenty of different vegetables from the garden. I like marinating my root vegetable salad and serving it with chicken.
Roasted parsnip puree
I like changing my recipes up a bit, especially by replacing potatoes with other root vegetables from my garden. This simple parsnip puree is absolutely delicious as it is, but it tastes even better if you roast it in the oven. Try it!
Meatloaf with celeriac mash
Meatloaf is such a nice hearty dish that tastes great all year round. Simply mix up the side dishes to get a feeling of the season you are in right now.
Celeriac and mushroom soup
This wonderful creamy soup is just the best comfort food out there, especially on cold and dark winter nights.
Traditional Swedish beet salad
I love using beets in my cooking, it's a beautiful splash of color on the dinner table!
Homemade pickled fennel
Fennel is always a safe bet. I use it for my salads, coleslaw, and even bread. But pickled fennel might just be one of my favorites!
Dill-stewed potatoes with cured salmon
There's nothing better than being able to eat your own homegrown potatoes in winter. Simply stew them and eat with cured salmon. Try this recipe for dill-stewed potatoes. Delicious!
Luxurious fish gratin
This festive fish gratin is just so tasty, especially the smooth mash made with a mix of root vegetables from my garden.
Rutabaga French fries
I grow a lot of root vegetables here at home, and my best tip is to use them instead of potatoes in your favorite dishes. This time, I'm making rutabaga French fries!
My homemade pickled beets
I grow and cook a lot of root vegetables in my kitchen garden, and beets are no exception. Making pickled beets is pure joy, and really easy too!
Smashed celery root with a yogurt sauce
My smashed celery root might just be the perfect summer lunch. I serve it with a refreshing yogurt and honey sauce. Yum!