Try Something New with These Parsnip Recipes

Last Updated November 27, 2017
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Parsnips are related to carrots, but there are some key differences between the two roots. Unlike carrot greens, parsnip greens are inedible. Parsnips are also sweeter than carrots (it was used as a sweetener in Europe before the arrival of sugar cane!) which explains the genius of the Parsnip Cake recipe below. 

Apple and Parsnip Soup

apple and parsnip soup
This rich and creamy, not to mention beautiful in color, soup may not look it, but it is gluten and dairy-free (if you choose to forego the garnish).

Parsnip-Carrot Bisque

Parsnip Carrot Bisque
Mellow, buttery parsnips are the star of this simple winter bisque.

Oyster Mushroom, Roasted Parsnip, Raisin and Kale with Fresh Pappardelle

by Pete Hasbrouck, chef at 
Greenbush Brewing Company

Roasted Parsnips and Sweet Potatoes with Honey Pecan Drizzle

roasted parsnips and sweet potatoes
Parsnips are best when the roots have been exposed to near freezing temperatures for about four weeks. It is then that the starch changes to sugar to give a sweet strong flavor. They pair well with...

Parsnip Cake

Adapted from a recipe by Chef Caleb France, Cerulean Restaurant Chef France originally served this cake as an accompaniment to fish at his Winona Lake, Indiana, restaurant. We transformed it into a...
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