I know about Turnip two things.
The First is famous Russian Fairy Tale. And the second, before potato arrived from America, ancient Estonians ate turnips.
Turnip in estonian ” Naeris”. And ” Naeris” means, “laughed”, as well. So, “Naeris naeris”- means “Turnip laughed” 🙂
- 2 carrots
- ca 50 g butter
- 2 potato
- 2 turnips
- 2 apple
- for seasoning mustard, sour cream and salt, pepper
- Chop vegetables
- Turn on the Kettle
- Melt in the pot butter and add onion and carrot
- Pour in boiling water 5. While carrot is half- ready, add potato
- When potato is half-ready, add turnip
- Add apple.
- When all vegetables are ready, pour broth in to the other boil
- Smash vegetables. Season and add sour cream and broth, to achieve desirable thickness.
- Serve with sour cream and herbs.