Crispy, yet tender, these parsnip fries are simply delicious. Forgoing the standard potato chips, these have a truly interesting sweet taste that roasts beautifully- you wont be able to get enough! Often overlooked, Parsnips contain natural root sugars & dietary fibre. Parsnips have more potassium than carrots, which is vital in boosting energy levels & reventing stiff joints & swollen muscles.

Serves 1-2

Total time: approx. 30min

Ingredients

5 Parsnips, sliced thinly into 1/2 inch strips

1/4 cup vegetable stock

Nutritional Yeast, Optional

Freshly ground pepper

Parsnip Fries 1Crispy, yet tender, these parsnip fries are simply delicious. Forgoing the standard potato chips, these have a truly interesting sweet taste that roasts beautifully- you wont be able to get enough!


Notes

Parsnips make less starchier fries. You can boil them for a couple minutes before roasting for quicker preparation!


Tips

For wedges, simply cut the parsnips into thicker chunks! This will make them softer inside. the thinner, the crispier, so depends whether you want extra crunch!

Often overlooked, Parsnips contain natural root sugars & dietary fibre. Parsnips have more potassium than carrots, which is vital in boosting energy levels & reventing stiff joints & swollen muscles.


Instructions

Preheat oven to 230°C, Line a baking tray with parchment paper, in a bowl, combine the sliced parsnips with half the vegetable stock, Season & add nutritional yeast, if a crispier, cheesier flavour is desired. Place on the tray & bake for 45-50 minutes till crispy & lightly brown

Remove from oven, season some more & eat!