What Does Kohlrabi Go Well With?
Dairy: Butter, sour cream, parmesan, swiss cheese, and cream
Fruits and Veggies: Cabbage, broccoli, mushrooms, carrots, fennel, celery root, potatoes, spinach, turnips, corn, bean sprouts, lemons, and apples.
Herbs and Spices: Mustard, cilantro, dill, garlic, and salt
Savoury: Sesame oil, bacon, rice, quinoa, seafood, chicken, and beef.
Enjoy versatile kohlrabi raw, steamed, fried, boiled, baked, grilled or roasted! Just ensure you remove any tough outer skin before eating the bulbs and eat the leaves as you would kale or spinach.
In addition to being eaten on its own, kohrabi is delicious added to soups, stews and curries. They can be stir fried with other veggies and served over rice for a quick dinner and even cooked and mashed in with potatoes.