Kohlrabi... Downloaded from the internet
Mystery vegetable in my pot.
I've got to admit, it's exactly the same. So 'Bravo' to all those that named it correctly.
Kohlrabi it is.
I wonder if the plant shop knows what they sold me.
And how do you use it?
I googled to translate it into Greek.
Results were -
A sort of cabbage
Not much help really.
Expect more posts on goggulocramvi-lahanogouli.
I shall ask around and scout out the green grocers.
But I may not buy any.
Besides Cro's comment that it's a flavourless vegetable it doesn't seem to have any exciting recipes either.
Cook it like a potato. Or eat the green leaves and throw away the bulb.
Traditional people are sure to turn up their noses and ask for their familiar 'greens of the fields' and a hunk of pork or more likely some fried moray eel.
Fish and greens go together.
That's a tradition.