With a few of these crunchy, flavourful stalks, the kitchen’s your oyster.
An incredibly useful and versatile veg - chop raw for crudités, slice for salads, use in stir fries, or as a base for soups, stews and stocks. With a few of these crunchy, flavourful stalks, the kitchen’s your oyster.
Country of originGrown in
- The UK
My mum, who's 83, said she hadn't enjoyed celery like that in years
How to prepare
We grow our celery slowly above ground, giving greener, sturdier stalks that you’ll find in the supermarket. It’s often better cooked than eaten raw. Sweat gently in a little oil with carrot and onion to form the classic soffritto flavour base for all sorts of stocks, soups and stews.
Keeps in fridge for a week; two if to be used in stock. Wash before eating.
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