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May 22, 2012


Aaron O

Tonight I made something similar to Tena's and it was delicious.

1 large onion chopped coarsely
1 turnip cut into thin strips, julienne style (thin slices, then cut lengthwise into strips)
2 cans chopped tomatoes, drained
Small bunch of parsley and a few fresh oregano leaves, chopped

Cook the onion and turnip over med-high heat in olive oil. When onion is brown add the drained tomatoes. Cook about 10 minutes over medium heat, add the chopped herbs, salt and pepper to taste.

We had it over a little basmati rice and roasted shrimp, yum!!


Found a page with good garlic scape recipes:


Great off the cuff turnip recipe created tonight using turnips, onion, and tarragon "glaze". I always dry my herbs if I can't use them fast enough fresh, so this was tarragon I tried at home.

Approx. 3 turnips (1" chopped pieces)
1/2 large yellow onoin (1" chopped)
2-3 tablespoons olive oil
1+ tablespoons fresh dried tarragon
1 teaspoon brown or light brown sugar
salt and fresh ground pepper

Toss turnips and onions in olive oil then add all other ingredients and toss to coat well. transfer to roasting pan and bake on 425 until very fork tender (mine took about 40 minutes). Yum!

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