It's becoming a modern classic: parsnip soup! For an exclusive twist, add some salmon. Parsnip is also an excellent vegetable to make healthy fries. And it makes a wonderful stew. And what about some parsnip crisps?
Wash parsnips before preparing. If you want to retain the aniseed-like accent, leave the EAT ME parsnip unpeeled. Then slice or chop as you like.
How to use parsnip in the kitchen?
- In salads
- Deep frying
Parsnips have a very long storage life, but they are best kept in the fridge.
Nutritional values per 100 grams
The fibre content of the parsnip leaves many other vegetables standing: an unprecedented almost 5 grams per 100 grams! It is also a source of vitamin C, which is important for the gums. And don't forget the minerals in this vegetable: parsnip is a source of potassium, good for your blood pressure.
Where do parsnips come from?
Our parsnips are grown in Spain and the United Kingdom.