No ImageMashed Rutabaga with Sour Cream and Dill

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  1. Mary ann zaleski

    I am very with this recipe. Easy to make and delicious to eat. I also make rutabago by peeling a d slicing it and adding it to a 2 cups water. I add two slices of raw bacon and let the rutabago boil until soft enough to mash. Drain the bago and add a tablespoon of butter and a little sugar to add some sweetness. 1 tablespoon of sugar and a little milk. Mix with a hand mixer or potatoes masher. Add salt and pepper to taste..

  2. Mariamma Abraham

    This dish is similar to Indian dish named pachadi prepared using curd and crushed mustard seeds. With Dil it may give a different flavour.

  3. DBurton

    First time I tried a rutabega. I wish I would have roasted them instead. I’m sure the author of this recipe did a better job than I, or perhaps this is an acquired taste. I’m glad that I tried something new though.

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  4. cathy

    We are Newfoundlanders and always make Rutabagas and carrots together . Mash together with salt and pepper and some butter or marg and a half a tsp sugar. we like brown sugar. It goes great with turkey and all the fixings.

  5. Kim B.

    Thank you for this recipe. So helpful because we never prepared rutabagas before. When you said to peel and chop them and then had the pictures with each step it provided a fantastic guide. Instead of sour cream we used plain goat milk yogurt with a little splash of heavy cream,
    the butter,salt and pepper I apologize but am not a fan of dill so we skipped that but totally thought it was scrumptious.Thanks again for your great recipe and awesome directions !


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