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DISH 3 – Fried Parsnip Chips

1 Parsnip
Oil for frying (Olive, Sunflower or Rapeseed)

Either as an indulgent in itself or when you only have a few, as a delicious side dish. Tastes great with humous/hummus.

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Number 3 is the preparation for the parsnip chips.

1. Sliced the parsnip longways rather than across and using the oil already used for frying DISH 1 I shallow fried the parsnip slices. Parsnips are lighter and less dense than potatoes so don’t need as much heat or oil to fry – if you fry too long or with too much oil you may get crisps rather than chips (or for US folk chips rather than fries).

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2. Once Golden Brown they are ready to be removed from the oil; whilst taking care to drain off any excess.

3. Ready to eat!

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Recap:

1 Cabbage, 3 Parsnips = 3 meals! Dish 1: British Bhajis

1 Cabbage, 3 Parsnips = 3 meals! Dish 2: Serve with Rice

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Comments on: "1 Cabbage, 3 Parsnips = 3 meals! Dish 3: Chips!" (2)

  1. Oh yum! I used to hate parsnips, but in the last year or so I’ve come to enjoy them. I’m definitely going to make these for my next movie night!

    • I know what you mean, I’ve only just started to appreciate them too; the same happened with tomatoes (which I previously only like cooked), mushrooms, brussells, olives and aubergines lol. I hope you enjoy them for your movie night! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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