Limp carrots and soggy parsnips be gone! Give your root vegetables a makeover with these fresh ideas
Beetroot, parsnips, carrots, swede – whichever ‘root’ you choose, it doesn’t have to be boring ...
It might look like a Christmas tree but in fact it's a risotto stack. We might not go with the party hat effect, tbh, but it will still taste amazing. Use leftovers to make aranchini (fried risotto balls).
Light, airy and full of fresh coriander, who knew carrots could be so sophisticated?
Cakes made of veg? Indeed, and they don't get much tastier than this. If you like carrot cake give this parsnip version a go. You won't regret it.
It’s nice to mix your fries up on occasion, even if you’re a complete potatohead. Swede has a slightly nutty flavour and is delicious sprinkled with nutmeg or cracked black pepper.
Poor celeriac. Forever the ugly sister to celery, despite the fact it tastes a–may–zing. This recipe makes a delicious budget–friendly veggie pâté. Perfect with homemade sourdough.
They look like scallops but actually they're turnips. Cut into circles then boiled soft, then pan-fried with seasame seeds, this is a fun way to make turnips trendy. Perfect veggie party bites.
Stuffed with feta, olives and sundried tomatoes, this recipe gives your bog-standard baked potato a sunny Mediterranean vibe.