What to do with Swede

                        There seems to be lots of confusion about what a swede is. Let’s clarify it – it’s a… read more »

Swede and carrot salad with tahini dressing

                        We can’t praise enough eating swedes raw! This easy and delicious salad is quite versatile in term of… read more »

Caramelised Jerusalem Artichoke with Curried Basmati Rice

Serves: 4-6 Prep & Cooking: 40-45 mins Ingredients: 300g Jerusalem artichokes 100g celeriac 100g swede 4-5 broccoli florets 1 white onion From the cupboard and the fridge: 150g brown basmati rice 2… read more »

Green Lentil Dahl with Winter Roots

Serves: 4-6 Prep & Cooking: 40-45 mins Ingredients: ½ leek 2 carrots 200g celeriac 100g swede 2 large potatoes 4 cloves garlic handful of parsley From the cupboard and the fridge: cooking oil… read more »

Cream roasted swede soup

Swede is easy to prepare and can be cooked in much the same way as potatoes – so you can peel, boil, roast or mash it.  Swedes are best stored… read more »

All About: Swede

Swede is a root vegetable, which is also known as rutabaga and, in Scotland, it takes the name of ‘neeps’ and is regarded as a turnip. It is indeed similar… read more »