Other day I bought a rutabaga just because I saw it in the supermarket and I never ate before so I decided to buy one. I stared at it for 3 days and I didn’t know what to do with it. On the fourth day I decided to bake it and it was really good. From now on I am using it as a substitute for potatoes on my recipes, because it taste a bit like potato.
Rutabaga is a root vegetable that originated as a cross between the cabbage and the turnip. Rutabagas are an excellent source of vitamin C, also contain fibers, and a good source of potassium, manganese, and thiamin.
Okay, going back to what I was saying before, I shopped my rutabaga into cute little cubes and with carrots, olive oil, pepper and pink salt and baked for 35 minutes or until it was soft.
It turned out great and it is now one of my favorites.
I am challenging myself to try two different vegetable per week. Last week I tried rutabaga and turnip. So far I liked both.
Hope you all have a excellent week. 🙂
Pessoal, do Brasil esse aqui e uma receitinha bem fácil com couve-nabo que fiz semana passada. E so cortar em cubinhos adicionar azeite de oliva, sal do himalaia e algumas cenouras e assar por aproximadamente 30 minutos. Bem fácil e saudável. E uma delicia. Bjs