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 Post subject: Kohlrabi?
PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2013 2:35 pm 
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Anyone have any recipes I can use for kohlrabi? I am at a loss with this thing.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2013 2:41 pm 
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last year I got some kohlrabi in my farmshare and I was all "what the fizzle is dis shiitake" but it really is delighful. I love it in the simplest of ways, peeled and sliced and added to a salad. wonderfully crisp. also delicious added to stir-frys and trays of roasted veggies. huffpo has an article on it as a part of their "what the fizzle, CSA?" series: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/1 ... 97114.html

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I sliced and pickled my last bulb in rice vinegar with pepper, tamari, crushed red pepper and garlic.

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I always make it the way my mom used to. Super simple: steam it a bit until its softer but not mushy and then toss with breadcrumbs, salt, black pepper, and butter (EB obv).


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I like it mashed! Or roasted simply with an herb and some olive oil. It's okay raw too as mentioned above, but I think it is tastiest cooked.


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There's a kohlrabi slaw recipe in Plenty, but I haven't made it yet.


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I love kohlrabi! I enjoy it sliced into sticks for snacking on raw, maybe dipped in hummous. You can grate it and add it to coleslaw or salad. I love the stir fry idea. I like to braise it. It is also good steamed, baked, or grilled, but it seems to take a very long time to cook. You can also eat the greens. Cook them however you would kale or collards.

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 Post subject: Re: Kohlrabi?
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This recipe for a kohlrabi slaw is REALLY good!
http://www.thewednesdaychef.com/the_wednesday_chef/2010/06/fearn-smiths-kohlrabi-salad.html

Other than that I like it cooked in a bechamel sauce spiced with nutmeg, salt and pepper (a pretty traditional Germany way of serving it).


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I was not creative last year. We always made oven-baked fries... A little olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper.

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 Post subject: Re: Kohlrabi?
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Slice into sticks and eat raw, or use as a crudite to dip into things. You can cook it, but it's got such a lovely refreshing flavour and texture (it's like a cabbage-flavoured apple! But nicer than that sounds...) that it's a shame to cook it.


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I've pickled it following Terry's pickled daikon recipe in VEW with very good results! Otherwise, crispy salads and slaws are very good ideas, yep.

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 Post subject: Re: Kohlrabi?
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Thanks guys so much!!! I don't know which one of these ideas to start with!


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 Post subject: Re: Kohlrabi?
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Will keep an eye on this thread, as I got some in my CSA box last week, and have some more this week. Last week I made it into a gratin with beetroot.

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 Post subject: Re: Kohlrabi?
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Lily wrote:
This recipe for a kohlrabi slaw is REALLY good!
http://www.thewednesdaychef.com/the_wednesday_chef/2010/06/fearn-smiths-kohlrabi-salad.html

Other than that I like it cooked in a bechamel sauce spiced with nutmeg, salt and pepper (a pretty traditional Germany way of serving it).


I just made this salad and it is sooo delicious! I'm German so I grew up with Kohlrabi, and only ever had it raw or steamed or with a creamy sauce. This salad is a real winner and I shall make it more often! Thanks for the link, Lily!

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My CSA is loading us up on kohlrabi too. I have always prefer it cooked, but you guys are inspiring me with your fancy slaws!


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any new ideas for this stuff? i've never had this before. i love broccoli, so i suspect i'll love this too.

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 Post subject: Re: Kohlrabi?
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My daughter loves kohlrabi schnitzel. You slice kohlrabi into 1/2 inch slices, boil them for five minutes, bread them with soy milk, flour and breadcrumbs and fry them. So good!


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 Post subject: Re: Kohlrabi?
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oooooh! that does sound good. thanks! what do you eat them with?

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 Post subject: Re: Kohlrabi?
PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2014 3:16 am 
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For example mashed potatoes and a salad. Or with youghurt sauce and fried potatoes.


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