Produce: apples, artichokes, carrots, cauliflower, celery root, fennel, endive, kohlrabi, mushrooms, onions, potatoes, shallots, scallions, squash, water chestnuts, turnips, tomatoes, raisins, and watercress
Herbs & Spices: dill, basil, turmeric, cloves, pepper, chives, cumin, parsley, pepper, mustard, tarragon, and thyme
Dairy: cream, yogurt, cream cheese, cheese, Parmesan cheese, and goat cheese
Miscellaneous: almonds, peanuts, walnuts, pecans, quinoa, tofu, lentils, barley, chicken, various sausages, rice, risotto, beef, seafood, and eggs
Celery Serving Ideas:
Celery can be enjoyed raw or cooked. Raw celery is often consumed as an appetizer, either on its own or stuffed with cheese, a seafood mixture, poultry, eggs, or peanut butter.
Raw celery can also be added to salads and sandwiches for added crunch. Try adding chopped celery the next time you make tuna, chicken or egg salad sandwiches.
The addition of celery adds a nice crunch to this fennel, celery and radish salad.
Celery is wonderful cooked in soups, sauces, stews, pasta, tofu dishes, quiches, omelets, and rice recipes. It is especially good in this celery and parmesan orzo salad, a perfect dish for potlucks and picnics.
The bright, herbaceous flavor is the perfect ingredient in a sophisticated celery soda infused with lemon and black pepper.
Celery seeds are slightly bitter and have a concentrated celery flavour. They are often used whole or crushed in stuffing, poached vegetables, crackers, marinades, and dips or sauces.
Think outside the stalk with celery! Try using celery juice to make popsicles, an innovative way to incorporate celery’s nutrition into your diet.