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Sunday, 11 December 2016

Celeriac Remoulade with Charcuterie


For a very light lunch, or an easy starter, these simple winter flavours combine well and make a vibrantly colourful dish. The remoulade, using celeriac and carrot, with some fresh dill just tastes so good. Serve it with some charcuterie, which many supermarkets seem to have an even better selection at this time of year ... it's easy, tasty and some would also say perfect!

Ingredients:
Serves Four
1 celeriac, peeled and grated
1 carrot, peeled and grated
1 tbsp fresh dill, chopped
2 tbsp lighter mayonnaise
2 tbsp half fat créme fraîche
1 small lemon, juiced


Method:
1. Put the grated celeriac and carrot in a bowl and mix with the dill, mayonnaise, créme fraîche and the lemon juice.
2. Serve with a continental meat platter, as pictured above.

Each serving provides
7.7g carbohydrate 4.9g fibre 3.3g protein 4.2g fat


From an original idea here

Did you know ... Charcuterie is a generic term for the products traditionally sold by charcutiers (pork butchers), and includes all products based on pork meat or offal, including cured and cooked meats, fresh and smoked sausages, pâtés, black puddings and salamis. In France, it also refers to the shop itself that sells these kinds of products. Order charcuterie in a restaurant and you will be served a platter of cuts of meats and sausages prepared in various ways.

You may also wish to include this colourful dish on a buffet table over the festive season


All the best Jan

16 comments:

Jan/JFM said...

Looks good enough to eat!!!
Seriously...it does, though I've never had celeriac that I know of.

Thank you for the idea ☃❄🎄

Christine said...

This looks like a keeper idea thanks Jan!

Sandra Cox said...

Looks great, Jan. I bet that would be great on crackers too.
Enjoy your day!
Hugs,

Jo said...

I think that would look great as part of a buffet.

Gail said...

Thank you, Jan.

Here is my ending story of my horses. http://gailatthefarm.blogspot.com/2011/12/my-giftmy-loss.html

I still have an empty spot.

Happy Holidays.

Gosia k said...

great recipe thanks for sharing

Launna said...

I'd like to try the celeriac... I've never had it... I do like root vegetables. I'm not so sure about the charcuterie, some of it sounds tasty but others aren't my fancy... this is a nice lunch idea ♡

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

I love celeriac... I need to find a replacement for the mayonnaise, though...

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Deve ser muito bom e tem um aspecto delicioso.
Um abraço e bom Domingo.
Andarilhar

NatureFootstep said...

looks tasty :)

Margaret-whiteangel said...

looks good.

Linda said...

Love the photo! Thanks so much for sharing the information as well, I learned something new today.

Debbie said...

i don't think i have ever eaten celeriac, it looks a bit like cabbage. this recipe sounds good, light and healthy - i love dill!!!

The Happy Whisk said...

I would eat that (free-from dairy/eggs), but I would eat that. Looks great.

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

This looks so good and sounds so tasty too!
Jemma

Magic Love Crow said...

This looks so good! I have never heard of celeriac. You've taught me something new today! Thank you!