How to store celeriac
Keep cool and damp in an outdoor veg rack or the bottom of your fridge. It should last for several weeks.
How to cook celeriac
Trim off any leaves then wash, peel and cut into chunks. Try it mashed, either on its own or half and half with potato – add the celeriac to the boiling water a few mins after the potato as it cooks more quickly. It’s also great roasted, added to stews or even sliced thinly into batons and eaten raw. Good with sliced potato in a gratin, too.
Try in our celeriac remoulade recipe:
Country of origin
Grown in the United Kingdom.