Cerlariac & Apple Soup. Celeriac (Apium graveolens var. rapaceum), also called celery root, knob celery, and turnip-rooted celery (although it is not a close relative of the turnip), is a variety of celery cultivated for its edible stem or hypocotyl, and shoots. Celeriac is like a root vegetable except it has a bulbous hypocotyl with many small roots attached. In the Mediterranean Basin and in Northern Europe.
Celery root (a.k.a. celeriac) is a knobby, bulbous root vegetable that will not win any awards for beauty. Perhaps that's why, year after year, celery root languishes on supermarket shelves. Celeriac soup is a great winter staple, or try celeriac oven chips for a healthier twist. You can cook Cerlariac & Apple Soup using 6 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Cerlariac & Apple Soup
- Prepare of shallots, chopped.
- You need of celeriac (4 medium sized), peeled and chopped.
- Prepare of large baking potatoes, peeled and chopped.
- It’s of cooking apples, peeled and chopped.
- Prepare of vegetable bouillon.
- It’s of Oatly cream (or any other cream).
This root veg works well in creamy dishes, and with cheese – try a celeriac bake with parmesan crumbs for your next roast dinner, or keep things simple with a twist on mash potatoes, like our celeriac champ. Celery is a ubiquitous ingredient in American cookery, near and dear to many home cooks, but celeriac (also known as celery root) is only just coming into its own here. While their appearances are wildly different, celery and celery root are very closely related botanically. Does this mean they can be used interchangeably in cooking?
Cerlariac & Apple Soup instructions
- Cook the chopped shallots in a few tablespoons of olive oil until soft and translucent..
- Add the veg then stir in the stock. Bring the pan up to a boil then turn the heat down and simmer with the lid on, for 30 minutes or until all the veg is really soft and tender..
- Take the soup off the heat and allow to cool a little before blending..
- Stir in the oat cream and season to taste with salt and pepper (I like to season pretty heavily with freshly ground black pepper to balance out the apple)..
Celeriac—Apium graveolens L. var.rapaceum (Mill.) Gaud. EDIS is the Electronic Data Information Source of UF/IFAS Extension, a collection of information on topics relevant to you. College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Celeriac stands in for noodles in the warming soup. To make celeriac noodles, cut off the top and bottom of the celeriac and stand it on a cutting board.