How to Cook Rutabagas
Learn how to cook rutabagas and add another vegetable to the fall rotation. Loaded with vitamin C,calcium, potassium and fiber, this root vegetable is a great addition to any meal.
-Hey, it's chef lovely here, and I'm in the mood for some vegetable. So, today, we're going to make a basic roasted rutabaga. Here are the ingredients 1 pound rutabaga, peeled and cut into 1/2 to 3/4-inch pieces; 1 to 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil; 1 teaspoon Kosher salt, more taste if you needed it little bit later; freshly ground black pepper, and fresh lemon juice. Okay, so here's my rutabaga. As you can see, I've washed it. I have peeled it and I have cut it in to very similar size chunks. Now, this is very important. When they go into that oven, you want them to cook at the size. So, it's very important that your pieces are consistent and that they are of course of the same size as possible, okay. So we're gonna coat with a little bit of our extra virgin olive oil. So that they do not dry out while they're in the oven and of course, gonna add flavor. We're gonna simply season with a little bit of salt and a little bit of fresh ground black pepper. Now, I'm not afraid of cooking. So, I'm gonna go in here with my hands and we're gonna gently toss this together just like this to evenly coat that oil and our seasonings, our salt and pepper. So, there we go, very, very basic; very, very easy; very, very delicious. So, over here, I had a sheet pan and it is coated with foil. You can also use parchment paper because who likes to clean up. When this comes out the oven, just throw away the foil and you're good to go. So, we're gonna put this on our baking sheets, and we're gonna spread them out so that each one can evenly cook in the oven. Okay, now, our oven is already preheated to 475 degrees. This is gonna cook for about 13 to 15 minutes. We're going to flip them over so that the other side gets golden brown and cook for an additional 5 to 10 minutes. So, I'm gonna get this into the oven. So, we can eat our rutabaga. Okay, so as you can see, our rutabaga has come out of the oven beautiful caramelized here and if you need to add a little bit more olive oil, you can, but my rutabaga looks nice and moist. So, I'm not gonna add that step in. I gave it a little bit of a taste. It has just the right amount of salt and pepper, but I wanna add another flavor profile. So, I'm gonna take some lemon juice, and I'm just gonna put that right on top, and then we're gonna give this a stir just to make sure that the lemon juice evenly coats all of our rutabaga here. Okay, there. That's it. How simple, how easy, how delicious, and here is our basic roasted rutabaga..
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