In this week’s video, Kirsty talks about celery, beetroot and beans.
Sometimes the stalks are tougher on the outside, but you can peel these parts with a peeler. You can eat celery raw, but if you are going to cook it, here is a recipe for celery, tomato and bean salad.
You can also try slicing it up with onions, carrots, leeks, put it all in a casserole dish, then
Another way of cooking it is by chopping up onions, carrots, leeks, put it all in a casserole dish, then cooking for 8-10 minutes before adding the celery and stock, vinegar and herbs. Bake at 160˚C for about 20 minutes.
If you have kids who really hate the beetroot, try our beetroot crisps.
Try our recipe from one of our Riverford Cooks for roast green beans and red peppers.