Top Rated Parsnip Recipes

Slow-Roasted Garlic and Thyme Leg of Lamb with Parsnips
Cooking low and slow yields an even, tender piece of meat. In this recipe, it is cooked atop pieces of onion for flavor and aromatics.Excerpted from Sheet Pan Paleo (Ulysses Press, 2016) by Pamela Ellgen.
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4.5
Roasted Harvest Vegetables
This recipe is a delicious vegetable medley seasoned with nutmeg, sage and more. Perfect for a barbecue or Thanksgiving dinner.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
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.
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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. 
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4
Skip the expensive restaurant and be your own 5-star chef with this fancy take on a vegan burger. This recipe is courtesy of MorningStar Farms
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4
Slapfish Basic Fish Stock
Good fish stock is the first step to delicious soups, stews and chowders. Use fish trimmings or lobster and shrimp shells add lots of flavor to the stock. This recipe comes from Slapfish restaurant in California. Click Here to See More Stock Recipes
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4
Fall "Pasta Primavera"
Now, before you start in with the know-it-all, "primavera" actually means "spring" in Italian commentary — don't worry, I'm well aware. You see, it's just that I'm a big fan of cooking in season, and the ingredients traditionally found in pasta primavera don't exactly jive with what's fresh at the farmers' market this time of year. So instead, I created a pasta dish that celebrates the bounty fall has to offer — Brussels sprouts, parsnips, and butternut squash — and paired it with a nutmeg- and cinnamon-spiced Parmesan cream sauce.
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3.32258
As long as you know how to cook scallops, this recipe is fairly straightforward. Don't let the tempura-fried Brussels sprouts scare you, they're pretty easy to make at home as well.
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3.266665
Chicken In Pot
If the idea of eating whole garlic cloves turns you off, you’ve nothing to fear here. As they braise in the pot with the other aromatic vegetables, the cloves give up all their garlicky goodness to the rich chicken jus. What’s left is a handful of sweet, jam-y morsels that are particularly delicious slathered on the juicy meat or mashed into the sauce.
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3
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.
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2.75