Hello. I am looking to buy fresh kohlrabi for a recipe and an wondering if anyone knows where in Saskatoon would have it so I don't end up searching all over? Thanks!
This is my lazy dish in under 15 min:
I use a rice cooker with a steam tray, a nicer dicer clone and only three vegetables as ingredients:
- potatoes (for filling)
- carrots (for the sweetness)
-cabbage turnip (kohlrabi) inlcuding the leaves (for the taste!)
Put the rice cooker in steam mode (Choose 10 minutes), let it heat up. In the mean time, clean the vegetables, use your nicer dicer for the potatoes, the carrots and the cabbage turnip and cut the cabbage turnip leaves in small bitable sizes.
Put them together in the heating up ricecooker in the steam department and wait.
The kohlrabi leaves are rich in vitamin C and magnesium and is mostly thrown away. It is similar to spinach and easy to prepare. Just try it.
The whole meal is about 300 kcal and a no brainer.
We get it regularly in our local farm share and eat it raw, roast it, or even stir fry it all the time. It’s become one of our go to vegetables because it’s simple and tasty… however, you rarely see it in recipes or at restaurants or anything and most grocery stores don’t even carry it. What’s the deal?