Recipes Using Rutabagas

Does anyone have good recipes for rutabagas? My grandmother used to cook them almost like carrots in water, but added something for seasoning. Thanks!

Peggy from Cortland, OH

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December 11, 20080 found this helpful

Peggy, I use Rutabags in everything like any vegetable. For soup, I just add some like any other vegetable. Sometime I cook it with potatoes, carrots and onions. Then mash all together. Very good. My mother in law, cook rutabagas, carrots in some tomatoes just then mash all together. That make a creamy soup.

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December 11, 20080 found this helpful

I'm from the south so I use am little fat back meat. If I don't have any I save the grease from the bacon, I fried for breakfast and use that.

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December 11, 20080 found this helpful

My Mom used to cut them up & boil like potatoes till soft and then add butter, milk , salt & pepper and mash...

Anita from Montclair, NJ

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December 11, 20080 found this helpful

I use bouillon cubes in all my veggies,as you know you should wash & peel the rutabagas, dice them, if too hard warm them before you try to peel them,add enough water to cover them,cover with lid, boil till very tinder, drain & save the water after they are done, taste to see if you need to add black pepper & salt to them, mash them as in mash potatoes, then put part of the liquid you saved on top of them so they want be so dry, very good with southern cornbread.

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December 11, 20080 found this helpful

Hi...I boil them like potatoes and when they are done..I drain them and add brown sugar and margarine or butter and beat them and enjoy

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December 14, 20080 found this helpful

Hi!

This is one of our favorite vegetables. I usually prepare them (as the others have stated) then cook until tender with sliced carrots, diced potatoes, and even sliced turnips if they are available. Drain, mash all together, add butter, a little salt, black pepper. This combination (all mashed up) also makes a wonderful thickener for soups (taking into account the strong flavor of the rutabagas and turnips.)

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January 18, 20090 found this helpful

Go to: http://www.recipecircus.com/recipes/carnation037/

look under vegetables and you will find

the recipes below there using rutabagas:

Rutabaga, baked, mashed #1

Rutabaga, baked, mashed #2

Rutabaga, baked chunks, w/honey + onion

Rutabaga, creamed, baked

Rutabaga, glazed, cubed

Rutabaga, Ham + Cabbage #1

Rutabaga, Ham + Cabbage #2

Rutabaga, sliced

Rutabagas + Carrots, roasted

Rutabaga + Apple Whip

Rutabaga + Bacon

Rutabaga + Potato Casserole, grated

Rutabaga + Potato Casserole, mashed

Rutabaga + Steak

Rutabaga Au Gratin

Rutabaga Casserole, mashed #1

Rutabaga Casserole, mashed #2

Rutabaga Casserole w/streusel topping, mashed

Rutabaga Patties

Rutabaga Puff Casserole

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