Something deliciously, subtly different
About this recipe
We eat crisps because they're good at holding seasoning. What if we told you there was a better way? A way that didn't require anything at all but a little salt and pepper?
Celeriac is a naturally delicious and hugely underrated vegetable. With subtle notes of celery and warming, nutty undertones throughout, they carry enough of their own personality that they can be enjoyed by themselves. All you need to bring this fabulous recipe to life is five minutes and a roaring OFYR.
How to make
- Wash the celeriac carefully, finely slice (ideally with a mandolin) and lay the slices on kitchen paper.
- Sprinkle a little olive oil on the cooking plate and bake the slices of celeriac for about five minutes until they are crunchy, being careful to turn them regularly so that the lateral heat can do its work.
- Place the slices on a cedar board and sprinkle them with the sea salt flakes for a delicious, healthy and low-fat snack.
- 1 Celeriac
- Olive oil
- Sea salt flakes