An in­gre­di­ent to en­joy CELE­RIAC

De­signer, cook and au­thor So­phie Con­ran shares her favourite sea­sonal flavour

Country Living (UK) - - A Month In The Country -

WITH ITS WRINKLY SUR­FACE AND LUMPEN AP­PEAR­ANCE, CELE­RIAC MUST BE ONE OF THE LEAST EX­OTIC-LOOK­ING VEG­ETA­BLES, BUT BE­NEATH THE UN­LIKELY EX­TE­RIOR LIES A GEM, WHICH IS JUST PER­FECT FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. IT HAS A MILD, NUTTY, CEL­ERY-LIKE FLAVOUR AND END­LESS CULI­NARY USES. CUT INTO WEDGES AND ROAST WITH YOUR PARSNIPS FOR THE CHRIST­MAS TA­BLE OR TRANS­FORM IT INTO A DE­LI­CIOUS CREAMY SOUP TO START YOUR FES­TIVE FEAST. THE MUL­TI­PLE HEALTH BEN­E­FITS OF CELE­RIAC ARE SO IM­PRES­SIVE, IT COULD GIVE ANY SU­PER­FOOD A RUN FOR ITS MONEY, AND CAN BE KEPT IN THE FRIDGE FOR UP TO FOUR MONTHS, HUMBLY WAIT­ING TO PLEASE. Find out more at so­phiecon­ran.com.

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