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Turnips can be utilized for fresh eating when young though they are truly transformed their flesh softened and their flavors rich and sweet when cooked.


Best cooking methods are braising simmering slow roasting and sautéeing.


Turnips can also be made into smooth purées and soups. Turnips pair well with other root vegetables such as beets parsnips and carrots.

They also pair with rich meats such as pork beef sausages and game.


Other complimentary ingredients include butter cream cheese chives chestnuts garlic citrus mushrooms parsley potatoes tarragon thyme and vinegar.


At only 35 calories for a 1-cup serving, turnips are packed with minerals, vitamins, protein, carbohydrates and fiber. Turnips also contain phytonutrients that may aid in the prevention of cancer and other diseases.

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