The case for adding turnips to your meatballs and potato mash
Gluten Free | Dairy Free | Nut Free | No Added Sugar
Turnips are one of those vegetables that I rarely use. I buy them only when I’m making a minestrone soup. To me they’re like radishes, nice in theory but once I have them I don’t know what to do with them. When I got a vegetable box with a bunch of turnips I decided to challenge myself to use them in a way I had never done before. In other words, not in a soup.
I ended up adding them to potatoes and onions and creating a chunky turnip and potato mash. The flavour of the turnip is there but not overwhelming and it’s the perfect base to add mini meatballs and tiny roasted butternut cubes.
Photography by Feige Lewin
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