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Thread: Rurabaga receipes, What do I do with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BalserMaryAnn View Post
    I was given some rutabaga and now don't know what to do with it...
    I have the world's best rutabaga recipe you have ever tasted.
    Peel your rutabaga and then cut it into julienne strips, cook them til almost tender. Remove from stove and drain. Cool in fridge.

    Make a dressing -
    1/2C sugar
    1/2C Miracle Whip
    1/3C vinegar

    Blend together very well

    Chop up some onions and add to cooled rutabaga

    Mix in cooled dressing

    Refrigerate and serve.

    This recipe goes back to my grandmother from Sweden (they made their own "Miracle Whip" and it is served for sure on Thanksgiving, but start serving it when rutabagas come in.

    My husband liked it when I would cook it up, mash it, let it drain a bit and put on butter and salt and pepper. That is really good too.

    There's my rutabaga library. Enjoy! Edie
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    Rutabagas are one of the best vegies , I fry out several slices of gacon cut in small pieces. I peel the rutabagas and cut into small chunks and add to crispy fried bacon pieces, cover with water and boil til soft and water is cooked down til rutabagas are just moist. Best eating anywhere!!

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    Of course you add salt and pepper to taste.

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    Hobo stew.Carrots,onions,potatoes,burger or chicken,put in little foil package.Throw on The grill.Yummy.I add salt,pepper and a little butter.I put lots of rutabager in mine. Better than potatoes.The flavors all mingle .I need to make some but I have a roast on.

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    They also put them in pasties.
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