Recipe by Christine L.
"This is great with Apricot Glazed Turkey and Green Beans With Walnuts And Walnut Oil. This dish can be made one day ahead. The broth made in this recipe can be used as stock for turkey soup."
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low-sodium chicken broth
potatoes, peeled and cubed
1 1/2 pounds
rutabagas, peeled and cubed
1 1/4 pounds
parsnips, peeled and cut into 1 1/2 inch pieces
onions, thinly sliced
salt to taste
ground black pepper to taste
I served this with a thyme and rosemary seasoned pork roast last night. I scaled it to four servings, as we are a small family. Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly. My husband, who always said he "hates" rutabagas and parsnips, loved this recipe. He went back for thirds! My mother-in-law also loved this, and I will definitely make this again. Peeling all the vegetables was worth the effort.
I was really excited about trying this one for a twist at Thanksgiving. The taste was okay, but the chunks of rutabaga were rock hard even after cooking and it was stringy. Nobody ate it, so I won't be making it again.
I made this for Thanksgiving thinking it was rather risky because the potatoes would be "different." What a pleasant surprise! Even the kids loved the slightly different flavor and the potatoes were devoured. I made a double batch, so I sat down in front of the TV the night before and peeled my heart out. That's the only drawback, those nasty rutabaga and turnip skins. Buts it's worth it.
Was looking for a different mashed potato recipe to serve with our annual New Years Eve Lamb roast and found this one. It was perfect. The only changes I made was to cut back on the butter and instead added a little of the leftover broth to the mashed vegetables. I also sauteed the onion in mostly olive oil with a tablespoon of butter. Just Hubby and I and we loved this, but I plan to make a big batch for my next family potluck!
This was an experiment, not just for us but also for the dinner guest we had this evening – something I would never recommend doing! I got so lucky on this! We didn’t just tolerate this, or even just like it. This was a real hit – for all of us. Fairly even amounts of the potato, rutabaga and parsnips ensured that each would contribute to create a new flavor all its own - and oh, what a wonderful flavor it was. The “icing on the cake” was the caramelized onions on the top. What a rich and lovely finish, but you MUST let them cook slowly for a good, long time until they truly are golden brown and caramelized. I half-heartedly made this as an alternative to mashed potatoes with our roast beef and gravy dinner tonight. While the entire dinner was perfect and delicious, this side dish single-handedly took my dinner from JUST delicious to exquisite.
I served this last night with steak. I think everyone liked it ok, but no one raved about it. I used potatoes,parsnips,and turnips. Was a little pesky to peel everything, but otherwise easy and I did make it ahead and reheat it. I still think it is a nice fall sidedish.
I scaled the recipe to suit the smaller number I was cooking for. I have made it a couple of times and think it is a great fall/winter dish - a change from 'mashed potatoes again!'. Haven't made ahead yet but have used lefovers as a topping on shepards pie delish.
A great recipe with that distinctive taste of rutabaga. Instead of the parsnips, my wife substituted carrots. Fantastic results. The added flavor and texture of the carrots made it an instant favorite. With the carmelized onions on top and baked till piping hot; it make a great dish to accompany main course such saugage, pork loin, lamb,; etc.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mashed Potato, Rutabaga, And Parsnip Casserole With Caramelized Onions
Serving Size: 1/9 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 9
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 146
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