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I'm a Melbourne boy, hailing from St Kilda with one ex, one current wife and four kids. Love the outdoors and making new discoveries. I cook a lot at home (cheers from wife) and do some preserving, mostly jams, pickles and fruit liqueurs. This is the diary of a cooking journey.

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Thursday, November 02, 2006
Celeriac Salad
Many of you would have noticed that with the changing of the seasons, in our house we have changed from cooked vegetables to salads. Last night was no exception. I got home before my wife and started to prepare dinner. We had a white pudding made with liver, rice and ham hock which needed something earthy to accompany it.

A quick search soon revealed an ugly, knobbly, brown root known as celeriac. Upon seeing it I knew instantly what I wanted, celeriac remoulade, that French bistro classic. With its mild taste of celery it was the perfect partner to the white pudding.

Celeriac Remoulade

1 celeriac
1/2 cup mayonnaise
3 tablespoons finely chopped parsley
2 tablespoons capers
salt & fresh ground black pepper

To peel the celeriac, place it on a chopping board and slice off the ends. Stand it on one of the ends and with a sharp knife cut away the brown skin. Grate the celeriac into shreds and place in a bowl. The mayonnaise needs to be the consistency of single cream, if it's too thick, whisk in a little water and add to the celeriac along with the parsley and capers. Mix and season to taste.
  posted at 8:50 am

At 10:23 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hummm...I didn't find that in Paris. Guess I need to head back already.
Looks good Neil.

At 12:44 pm, Blogger neil said...

Hi Tanna, yep, looks like you didn't visit enough bistros, back you go! It is very tasty, my wife D loved it. And it's quick to prepare.

At 1:17 am, Blogger Andrew Abraham said...

Celeriac Salad ...Interesting Recipe... I can not wait to try this recipe...thanks


At 12:42 pm, Anonymous Best Restaurants of Australia said...

We are going to try this - sounds delicious.


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