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  • Fennel and baby turnips

    We roasted up some fennel and baby turnips, including some onions and roasted garlic. (The roasted garlic adds some flavor and is reserved for later use on pizzas and sandwiches)

    Sliced the fennel into pieces and cut the turnips in half. Cut a red onion in half.....Added olive oil and a little liquid. Baked until tender. Good hot or cold.
    sigpicTiempo para guzarlos..... ...enjoy every sandwich!

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    Re: Fennel and baby turnips

    Hi Jim,

    This is a nice recipe. Thanks. I make a lot of fennel, which is very good and easy to find here, and I will try your addition of turnips and red onion. I find that if you add a little stock, it can add flavor. I try to add just enough where it dries out right when the dish is ready to serve.

    This is one of those dishes that really works best in a wood-fired oven. You can taste the difference. Any theories on why the wood oven cook this better?

    James
    Pizza Ovens
    Outdoor Fireplaces

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