It's my specialty, served as a side dish with our Sunday Roast; Beef, roast potatoes, Yorkshire pud, stuffing, a variety of veg, cheesy leeks and this ...
Any ideas what I'm cooking?
extreme_one no idea but it looks great and making me hungry 🍽
extreme_one is it paneer? Tofu?
extreme_one looks like tofu
extreme_one looks tasty whatever it is
extreme_one Looks yummy.
Not a clue but looks delicious.
Mugi miso soup with Tofu?
It was Fondant Celeriac.
It's become a firm favourite in our house. 😁
extreme_one oh my son loves celeriac, sounds lovely
extreme_one it's nice pan fried in butter with garlic also, it's also nice sliced into batons and roasted with potatoes and carrots with a little rosemary and garlic goes really well the latter with roast lamb.
You sir get an A for effort 👍
bigdaddy0714 You sir get an A for effort
And a ❓️ for Where's mine?
keithctaylor and you sir get an A* for trying it on 😜
bluenose5 You think?
It's a root vegetable, well the root of the celery plant to be precise, but it's really tasty.
Unlike tofu which is flavourless. 😅
Sound delicious,I've never cooked celeriac but may give it a go now I've seen yours. Does the stock cook right down,how much liquid should be left at the end of cooking?
karenyates Sound delicious,I've never cooked celeriac but may give it a go now I've seen yours. Does the stock cook right down,how much liquid should be left at the end of cooking?
Oh do tell @extreme_one!
Am I about to see the launch of Extreme Delia?
karenyates the stock does thicken a bit but I just lift the celeriac out and serve everyone with three or four cubes.
I then pour some of the stock into the gravy so the flavours marry together.
extreme_one Celeriac? I hereby declare you a member of the establisment and blame you for all society's ills, whether the accusation is based on fact or not!