£3.2982.3p per 100g
FLAVOUR IS A FRONTIER
Natoora Parsley Root
- Similar in appearance to a parsnip, it has a slightly paler white skin and more defined ridged shape.
- A cross between parsnip and celeriac in flavour but with a distinct peppery note of parsley herb.
- We source this root vegetable during its natural season of September to January, from two growers outside Paris.
- Use as you would carrots. To prepare, brush rather than peel as like many root vegetables, the nutrients are concentrated in the skin.
Take it further
- Grate, toss raw with sliced apple and walnuts in a mustard dressing.
- Baked as a gratin with seasoned breadcrumbs and strong Cheddar.
Natoora' radical approach to seasonal sourcing is shaping the future of food
We don't work with industrial agriculture or large wholesalers
We work closely with growers who are preserving vital flavours through meaningful small farming
We back these growers to build a better future for food, rooted in small scale, sustainable agriculture that gives back to our planet
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for 3 days excluding delivery day.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (18)
Thought I would give these a try based on previous reviews. They were not wrong. Tastes more like parsnip ad I can see where people mention celeriac flavour, but it is so mild you would not know. More importantly I love these roasted and what I love the fact they have NO fibrous core down the middle like parsnips do which I do not like when they are roasted. These have a texture like carrot.
Great in soups
I am delighted that I can finally get this root vegetable in UK, it adds amazing flavour to soups and some stews.
Never tried these before but was pleasantly surprised. Popped them in a chicken casserole in the slow cooker along with the usual carrots onions etc....Didnt go mushy like parsnips tend to.
Nothing exciting... bland
Even though I'm a fan of Parsnips, I'd never heard of Parsley Root.. so thought I'd give it a try. I can't honestly say it tasted faintly of parsnip or celeriac which is often stated when reading reviews on this root vegetable. It tasted more like small white turnips.... nothing to get excited about... pretty bland. They also need a lot more cooking than most root vegetables... a bit like beetroot takes a long time to cook... so best chopped very small if you're in a hurry. Can't see parsley root catching on like carrots or parsnips, they're just too plain.
They looked like parsnip, smelled like parsnip and tasted like parsnip
Basically celeriac disguised as parsnips!