Recipe by Tira N Gilchrest
"Carrots and sugar sweeten the turnip in this side dish. A must for my family's Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. The recipe is often requested."
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This was a great vegetable dish. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I made this dish for Christmas dinner. I prepared it up to but not including the baking of it, froze it and thawed it Christmas eve. I popped it into the oven for an hour when the turkey was finished and resting prior to carving. It was light and tasty. The whole family, all 15 of us, enjoyed it, even the one year old! It will be featured in our family recipe collection and I will certainly make it again.
This was just ok for me. I didn't care for the cinnamon topping and even with the addition of the eggs, the casserole was not firm enough for me.
This can excite a non=turnip eater to possibly enjoy them! I used spelt flour instead of all purpose flour, and half the amount of honey instead of sugar, with just cinnamon sprinkled on top. Great both hot or cold! Thanks for the recipe!
Tira shared this family recipe with me and I made it for Thanksgiving this year and it was a HIT!! So yummy, perfect addition to my table!! Thank you!!
This is a great use of turnip ! As I usually do, I added an apple,onion & garlic ( sateed in butter .)
It added a depth to the dish that turned out great !
I really like this; my grandma would make something like this but it wasn't a sweet version. So I used this as a base. Instead of adding sugar I added dill and a pinch of cinnamon. I also did not make a topping to it. It turned out a nice savory version of this
Easy to make and so delicious. We will have this one again and again. I did cut back on the sugar by a few tablespoons and no cinnamon.
This was a little funky for us. Couldn't help but feel like I was eating very scrambled eggs with carrots. The texture was a little off-putting. I feel bad but not my favourite recipe. Sorry.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Finnish Turnip Casserole
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 72
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