fried parsnip

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fried parsnip

fried parsnip

fried parsnip
fried parsnip

Number of persons

6 parsnips

1 knob of butter

parsley leaf



1 tablespoon walnut oil (or grape seed oil)

2 tablespoons of cooking soybeans

4 drops of tamari (soy sauce)

Total Time: 15 min
Preparation time: 5 min
Cooking time: 10 min

Wash the parsnips well (brush them vigorously under water) because we are not going to peel them (I found that it gives a nice consistency under the tooth). Cut them into thin slices (+/- 2mm), including the tapered end of the root.
Put a knob of butter and a tablespoon of water (even two if the parsnips seem dry to you) in a frying pan, heat over low heat. Add the slices of parsnip and a few parsley leaves, season lightly with salt and pepper (don't hide the slightly sweet taste that the parsnips will take).
When the parsnips have taken on a nice hazelnut colour, add a tablespoon of walnut oil, add 1 tablespoon of cooking soy (or + if you like, but you just have to coat the slices of parsnip "generously", without drowning them). Mix for 20 seconds, then add 3 or 4 drops (no more !!!) of tamari (soy sauce). Stir for another 20 seconds.
STOP EVERYTHING and TABLE. It takes a little taste of caramelized sweet potato, mmmmmmmmhhhhhhhhhhhh....

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