Delicious Honey Roasted Parsnips. I love them, especially if they are small and tender. There are some that are so sweet that you can eat them raw in salads. I like to make them when I do a roast dinner, but I like to make them that little bit different, too. I feel it’s best to steam them, then glaze them, with a sprinkle of my favourite herbs.
I never knew you can make cakes from parsnips until I recently came across that as a suggestion, so I tried making one – and it was beautiful. Parsnip is a root vegetable and is related to carrots and parsley – they are also very easy to grow, and my husband loves them. When I get them I always give him a choice of how he would like them cooked – he nearly always asks for them like the following recipe – Honey Roasted Parsnips. They’re also nice grated into a salad with lots of lemon juice or made into a purée.
So – please give these a try, you won’t regret it! Let’s make Honey Roasted Parsnips.