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HOW TO COOK THE PERFECT HONEY ROASTED PARSNIP

Posted 8 December 2019 by The Saucy Fish Co.

Whatever you’re planning as your Christmas dinner centerpiece, it’s also important to get your side dishes right.

It’s Christmas, so Brussels sprouts are likely to make an appearance at some point. Gran will insist on roast potatoes and carrots are ideal if Rudolph can’t get back up the chimney. However, we’d like to recommend a classic festive side dish that is so Christmassy you expect it to start singing Jingle Bells on your plate.

It’s Christmas, so Brussels sprouts are likely to make an appearance at some point. Gran will insist on roast potatoes and carrots are ideal if Rudolph can’t get back up the chimney. However, we’d like to recommend a classic festive side dish that is so Christmassy you expect it to start singing Jingle Bells on your plate.

Honey roasted parsnips go great with fish and meat and they’re really easy to make. And they’ll also give you some vital nutrients to see you through a tough holiday season.

Here’s how to make these nutty, sweet delights:

Honey Roasted parsnips

Serves: Everyone

○ 500g parsnips

○ Plain flour

○ Honey

○ Sunflower oil

○ Butter

Slice the ends off your turnips and cut the large ones in half. Give them a good boil for 5 minutes. Meanwhile get your oven up to 200C. Once your parsnips are dry toss them in some flour and honey.

Now put them in a roasting tin with a little bit of oil and a couple of tablespoons of butter. Add some salt and pepper and stick in the oven for 20 minutes, turn them over then cook until golden and delicious.

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