The cure to trying to eat your vegetables when you’re really not a vegetable person is making everything into either fries or chips. Am I right? It’s all the rage right now. And for good reason. Somehow a nutritious vegetable becomes less “nutritious” and more “mmmm, I’ll have another” when it’s baked to crispy perfection. …
Some of the most important health benefits of parsnips include their ability to lower the chances of developing diabetes, reducing cholesterol levels, improve healthy digestive processes, prevent depression, protect against birth defects in infants, promotes proper growth and development, strengthens the immune system, and lower blood pressure to protect cardiovascular health.
Make your very own Game of Thrones Frey Pie, with carrots, parsnips, turnips, mushrooms, bacon, and ground PORK wrapped in a delicious buttermilk pie crust. Recipe includes nutritional information. From http://BakingMischief.com
Broccoli rabe and spicy sausage are one of my favorite pasta dishes; this spiralized version made with parsnips in place of pasta for a hefty serving of veggies won't disappoint! If you don’t like the bitterness of broccoli rabe, broccolini or broccoli would also work in it’s place.