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Rutabaga Casserole

By: Mary from One Perfect Bite
Rutabaga Casserole
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This mashed potato-like dish is actually a rutabaga recipe. Rutabaga Casserole has the texture of mashed potatoes, but includes an extra veggie rutabaga. Also called a Swedish potato, this root vegetable is a cross between cabbage and a turnip. It's a great side dish for fall, and can be made-ahead for extra convenience.


Cooking Time1 hr

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I think someone doesn't know exactly what a rutabaga is. I have them growing in my garden, in the UK, so I know whereof I speak. I'm American, living in the UK, where we refer to rutabaga as "swede," which is short for "Swedish Turnip." It's related to cabbage only in that it's part of the brassica family. But it's a root vegetable, which grows underground, while cabbage is obviously a leafy veg that grows above ground. The taste is very much like turnip, only milder. In my household, we eat swede/rutabaga with sausages, for a main meal, mixed 50/50 with potato, and mashed just like plain mashed potatoes. Alternatively, it's really nice cooked with carrots, which can then be mashed, or not. And it is a super addition to soups & stews. The potato/rutabaga casserole recipe sounds absolutely wonderful, too. I'll be looking forward to making this lovely dish for my (English) hubby!


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