February 6, 2007


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Most recipes recommend simply cooking kohlrabi with carrots, sauteeing them in butter or making them into gratin as a side dish. I didn't want simple so I added them (in place of cabbage) with carrots and potatoes to boiled pre-seasoned corned beef beef brisket. Serve with lots of French dijon grainy mustard. The root vegetable is sweet and mild like turnip. It's the perfect substitute to the smelly and awful cabbage when making this dish. I noticed that they look and taste almost like the Philippine radish which looks like the Japanese daikon but spicier.


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