I was inspired to create a this recipe after a discussion of this wonderful root in a forum discussion. Thanks for the challenge!

Recipe Directions

Grind sunflower seeds in food processor until fine

Add 2 cups of cubed celeriac root and the remainder of ingredients. Process/grind until sufficiently “mashed”. Most likely, you will be able to make a second batch if you have a small food processor (like I do), as celeriac roots are pretty large. If you have a large FP, double the amounts of all ingredients and go!

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By Mon46

I was inspired to create a this recipe after a discussion of this wonderful root in a forum discussion. Thanks for the challenge!

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You're a sweetheart, dodo. Giving up the fish won't be a too big deal as I hardly ate it since going raw. I always felt guilty about eating it anyway, even though I didn't know about what "overfishing" actually meant. I fully agree that every bit does count; look how much we've learned from each other on this site...and knowledge is power! Hope you enjoy the recipe.

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i shall be trying this as soon as my celeriac plump up a bit, thank you. congratulations of giving up fish by the way mon, every person that does there bit makes a massive difference, even tho we might feel small sometimes we are huge! :P

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My pleasure, Belisarius. Hope you enjoy it!

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Wow! Sounds delicious. Thanks so much for developing this recipe, Mon64 - can't wait to try it out.

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Not like hummus--a little more "chew" to it. Though if some liquid were added and more time was spent in the FP, it probably could be creamy.

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Thanks Mon.I will do some experimenting. Does this dish actually come out creamy, maybe like a hummus?

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RCBAlive, I think you could probably try it without the sunflower seeds, although they add a nice consistency (a little chunky), or just add a little less olive oil. My concern is that if you cut out both, it would just be a little too grainy. It's worth experimenting, though.

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Hey Mon, I would like to try your recipe as a lower fat version by using either the sunflower seeds or oil, but not both. How do you think it would taste? Does this recipe come out creamy or chunky? Thanks for the recipe.

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Actually didn't think of that. Most gravies I've seen are made with mushrooms, and I'm not sure how that flavor would pair with celeriac. Maybe there is a creative chef out there who could come up with an idea!

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Thank you, I was looking for another celeriac recipe. Is there a gravy that would pair well with this?

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