Turnip “Fries”

Vegetarian

Turnip “Fries”

Turnip “Fries”
Ben Gebo

These faux fries are a yummy and healthy change from you-know-what. They don’t get crisp in the oven; instead they go all caramelized and mellow. They make great 3-season companions to pork, duck, turkey, or lamb. (Summer isn't turnip-friendly.) Try them with Turkey-Spinach Burgers with Sweet Soy-Ginger Sauce, Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Port Wine Reduction, or Hoisin-Molasses Pork Tenderloins. Tip: You'll need 6 to 8 medium purple-tops or 2 large Macombers for 2½ pounds.

Per serving: 92 calories, 6 g total fat, trace saturated fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 14 g total carbohydrate, 4 g dietary fiber, 2 g protein, 154 mg sodium.

Estimated Cook Time: 30 - 60 minutes.
Difficulty: Moderate.
Servings: 4


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