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Basic Kohlrabi

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Basic Kohlrabi

6-8 Young kohlrabi
1 cup kohlrabi liquid
1-1/2 tbsp Flour
2 tbsp Butter
Salt and pepper to taste

Take out the stem ends from the kohlrabi, peel and slice thin. Place in a pot of boiling salted water. Cook until tender, (about 10 minutes) drain but reserve the liquid. Melt butter in a saucepan, add flour to it and mix well. Add kohlrabi liquid to it and add little water if needed. Cook till smooth and thickened, keep stirring. Add kohlrabi, pepper and salt to it and heat to the serving temperature. Add a dash of paprika, before serving it.

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1 comment

1 Sewn3w { 07.18.11 at 3:01 pm }

Kohlrabi are the very best eated raw, sliced and with a bit of dip.

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