A couple of our favourite alternatives to potato, sweet potato and celeriac wedges provide sweetness and earthiness to a meal, and provide a great way to mix up a Passover menu, especially if your custom is not to eat kitniyot such as rice. This recipe is really quick and easy – the longest part is peeling the veg! Seasoning is entirely to taste and these root vegetables are versatile and will accept virtually any herbs and spices you might throw at them!
with Sautéed Spinach and Mushrooms by Dan Matalon This recipe appears on episode 1 of ‘Ready Steady Shuk’ Prep time: 10 mins | Cooking time: 40 mins | Serves 2 With deep, earthy flavours and iron-rich spinach, this delicious celeriac recipe is 100% vegan, Kosher for Passover and works well as a main course, a […]
This simple recipe is a great way of using up leftover mashed potatoes. Serving size is dependent on how much leftover mash you have! Of course you can make this recipe with fresh mashed potato, but if you’re looking for a simple way of using up leftovers, then this offers a fresh twist on an […]
Serves 6 as a side or children’s portion Seder night is maybe the one time it’s acceptable for kids to play with their food. We wanted to bring some levity to the table and our wild animal celeriac bites do just that. They are bite-sized portions which present a fun springboard for conversation about the […]