Mmmm, this mild celery flavoured root vegetable can be enjoyed raw in salads, or cooked just like any other root vegetable or used in soups, sauces or casseroles. Perfect for winter, a ‘side’ of celeriac puree, is a personal favourite of mine!
- 43 calories / 100g
- 86% water
Great source of:
- Vitamin B6, B-Complex, C& K
- Folate (B9)
- Niacin (B3)
- Riboflavin (B2)
- Thiamin (B1)
- Dietary fibre
- Improve bone mineralization & reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
- Limit neuronal damage in the brain & prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
- Support cell metabolism& boost energy.
- Boost immunity & reduce symptoms of cold & flus.
- Lower cholesterol, reduce blood pressure& support good heart health.
- Suppress the growth of cancer cells.
Grilled Celeriac & Apple Cake with Apple Ice Cream & Salted Bourbon Butterscotch Sauce
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730 calories per serve