Top Rated Parsnip Recipes

Here’s one way to get your kids to eat more vegetables: wrap them in bacon and make them look like presents.
View Recipe
5
We're constantly watching what we eat these days, but sometimes we just can't resist a potato chip. This recipe gives you the best of both worlds, healthy eating and a salty snack. 
View Recipe
4.5
With their appealing sweet taste, parsnips make for a satisfying and versatile go-to vegetable without being loaded with calories. Parsnips are an excellent source of soluble fiber that helps lower cholesterol and keep blood sugar stable, also aided by the potassium they contain. Full of folic acid, calcium, vitamins C, B1, B2, B3 and minerals such as zinc and iron, this yummy vegetable will help keep you healthy during the holidays. 
View Recipe
4
While it may not be a regular part of your cooking vocabulary, sorghum is a sweet syrup that is a staple in Southern cooking. Georgian chef Ted Lahey of Table Main uses it in his glazed parsnips recipe to give them a unique, new taste. 
View Recipe
4
picnic la roasted parsnips and arugula salad
“This salad makes wonderful use of sweet parsnips while they are still in season. Spicy wild arugula and Drake Family Farms goat cheese make it irresistible.” – Executive Chef Alex Resnick of PICNIC LA
View Recipe
4
Parsnip and Kale Gratin
I use a classic rich combination of cream, butter, and garlic to draw out the seductive qualities of soft parsnips and kale. Together, they make a decadent, delicious dish.V is for Vegetables recipe courtesy Little, Brown and Company Copyright© 2015 by Michael Anthony and Dorothy Kalins Ink., LLC Photographs © Maura McEvoy 
View Recipe
4
Mashed potatoes make a hearty honest dish. It has sometimes been referred to as comfort food because it evokes memories of both big special-occasion dinners and the simple, family dinner intended for no other reason than to share a good meal. This version of mashed potatoes tastes good because it's dense with the mildly sweet flavor of parsnips and just enough butter to please, but without the extra calories you usually find in mashed potatoes.
View Recipe
4
Parsnip and Ginger Cake
Every good boy and girl deserves cake. So why not offer cake with some sort of nutrition? Carrot cake is the most famous for this, but I have included a couple of cake recipes in this book that incorporate different vegetables. Glacé ginger in syrup can be found in most good food stores, usually in the cake or gourmet section. If you can’t find it, you can use candied ginger, which is slightly sweeter but still packs a ginger punch. — Mike McEnearney, author of Real Food by Mike
View Recipe
4
There's no better way than to warm up to a hot bowl of soup during the cold weather. The porcini mushrooms are softened and complement the crispy shallots and herbs in the soup. Marcus Samuelsson recommends you pair the soup with the Penfolds Bin & Cabernet Shiraz.
View Recipe
4
It's cold outside and all you want is a hot, warm meal. This soup is perfect for those days. The creamy texture blends well with the softened mushrooms, and the other herbs give it an earthy flavor. Chef Marcus Samuelsson recommends you pair this dish with Penfolds Bin 8 Cabernet Shiraz. 
View Recipe
4
Pork N' Parsnips
Here is a classic and delicious recipe for pork and parsnips. This recipe has been adapted from a recipe first published in the spring 1948 issue of Good Housekeeping Magazine. 
View Recipe
4
The main stars of this soup, parsnips, are part of the parsley family and provide folate, fiber, and phenolic acids, which may help reduce production of cancerous cells. They contain ample amounts of soluble fiber, which moderates fat and cholesterol absorption in the intestines while diluting bile acids to prevent reflux.
View Recipe
3