Braised turnips with cranberry sauce. Stoovitud kaalikad jõhvikakastmega

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turnipstew (5)Sweet and sour braised turnips can be served as a side dish with some meat or main dish.

I do not know. Does it is international that children just do not like some food? Like blue cheese and olives? ( or children who grow up in the Mediterranean are fond of olives??)turnipstew (11)

When I was a child I hated braised and boiled carrots and turnips. And, blue cheese and olives, of course 🙂
Now I am grown up and I can say that there is nothing better than braised turnips.

Sweet of turnips are balanced with cranberry acid. And this is the perfect side dish. This time I served it with grilled cheese.turnipstew (9)

Braised turnips with cranberry sauce. Stoovitud kaalikad jõhvikakastmega

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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A fresh, light, vegetable recipe as perfect dinner or side dish.


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Ingredients

  • 0,5 kg turnips
  • 1 dl 35% cream
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1 tablespoon flour
  • some acid. White wine, lemon juice or vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon mustard
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • salt, pepper
  • Serve with cranberry or rhubarb sauce. Look at for a recipe

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Directions

  1. Peel turnip. Cut into cubes and cook until it is soft.
  2. Pour most of the water off. Add butter and lemon juice. Let stew for a few minutes
  3. Mix together cream and flour. Pour into turnips
  4. Season with mustard, honey, salt and pepper. Let stew for 15 minutes until sauce is creamy.
  5. Serve as the main dish or as a side dish with some meat or grilled cheese. Cranberry sauce will be complements sweetness of braised turnips as well.
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4 comments on “Braised turnips with cranberry sauce. Stoovitud kaalikad jõhvikakastmega”

  1. This is not a combination I would have thought to try. It sounds interesting, as I enjoy small sweet turnip roots. Your pictures are stunning. What type of cheese did you use for the grilled cheese?

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