• Parsnips

Parsnips

What the heck do you do with a parsnip? The fall and winter months bring us this great root vegetable. Let’s take a look at Parsnips and talk about a few ways you can prepare them at home.

Parsnips are under-rated. But that seems to be changing for this root veggie. People are rediscovering the great taste of Parsnips – they’re like savory Carrots, white and a little less sweet, with hints of celery flavor. Parsnips can be pan fried, roasted, stewed, braised or boiled and whipped like potatoes. Simply peel and slice to eat raw as a crunchy snack, to add flavor to soups and stews, or to roast for a delicious fall side dish.

Parsnips are easy to store in the crisper drawer of your fridge for a couple of weeks without having to worry about them going bad.

Parsnip Tips

  • Parsnips are easy to store in the crisper drawer of your fridge for a couple of weeks without having to worry about them going bad.
  • Recipes! Find some delicious Parsnip recipes here.

Our Own Parsnip Recipes


Sour Cream Mashed Parsnips & Potatoes


Roasted Parsnips, Carrots and Brussels Sprouts


Roasted Roots & Brussels Sprouts