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    Roasted kohlrabi




    ROASTED KOHLRABI
    Hands-on time: 10 minutes
    Time to table: 45 minutes
    Serves 4 (smallish servings since roasted vegetables shrink so much)

    1 1/2 pounds fresh kohlrabi, ends trimmed, thick green skin sliced off with a knife, diced
    1 tablespoon olive oil
    1 tablespoon garlic (garlic is optional, to my taste) <---- who would ever write THAT??? LOL!
    Salt
    Good vinegar

    Set oven to 450F. Toss the diced kohlrabi with olive oil, garlic and salt in a bowl. (The kohlrabi can be tossed with oil and seasonings right on the pan but uses more oil.) Spread evenly on a rimmed baking sheet and put into oven (it needn't be fully preheated) and roast for 30 - 35 minutes, stirring every five minutes after about 20 minutes. Sprinkle with a good vinegar (probably at the table so the kohlrabi doesn't get squishy).

    NUTRITION ESTIMATE
    Per Serving: 64 Calories; 3 g Tot Fat; 0 g Sat Fat; 8 g Carb; 4 g Fiber; NetCarb 4; 31 mg Calcium; 1 mg Iron; 23 mg Sodium; 0 mg Cholesterol; 2 g Protein; Weight Watchers Old Points 1, PointsPlus 1

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    Re: Roasted kohlrabi




    For this recipe, I would like the garlic. However, I think I am the only American of Italian descent that does not like garlic! Maybe because I am only half-Italian? I will only eat it cooked. Raw, it burns my mouth. I love roasted vegetables and I need some kohlrabi RIGHT NOW!
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    Well.... Garlic is a fav flavor of mine so not an option here either.

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    So I haven't done the kohlrabi yet... But I did get it cut up!

    What a weird veggie... You peel the colored skin off (green, purple, or white) and then there's a tough fibrous layer that feels like wood... Inside is the edible part - it crunches like an apple, smells like cutting up broccoli, and has a little "bite" like a radish.

    I've used about half of it raw with homemade ranch dip. I don't DISlike it, but it will never be something that I crave. LOL!

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