Celery Root & Potato Hash

Looking for a celery root recipe? Next time at brunch, make this super delicious, easy-to-make—Celery Root & Potato Hash. This medley is so flavorful and aromatic with all of the spices, herbs, and garlic.

I just know you’re going to love it.♡

Celery Root & Potato Hash Recipe

Celery Root in Turkey

Celery root, rather than celery stalk, is more commonly found in Turkey. In fact, you won’t find the same robust, crisp stalks in our pazzars (Turkish bazaars) or markets as you would in your local grocery store.

Instead, you’ll find big white bulbs with wilted, short stems and a plethora of leaves. Surprisingly, when you do use the tops of the roots, you’ll find that what’s there is really strong and flavorful.


Tips and Variations

  • When cutting the potatoes and the celery root (bulb), cut an even-shaped dice for both. This will ensure that each bite has a little bit of both.
  • When cutting the celery root, it’s best to peel the outer layer of skin with a vegetable peeler. If you use a knife, you’ll end up cutting off too much.
  • I like to put all of the ingredients into a bowl, give a generous toss before transferring everything to a baking dish. This step will ensure that each ingredient is seasoned to its full potential before baking.
  • You can totally add diced zucchini, carrot, or red onion to bulk it up.
Celery Root Recipe

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Celery Root & Potato Hash

Servings: 4

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 200°C or 400°F

  2. Next, add the diced onion, potatoes, and celery root to a large mixing bowl along with the olive oil, spices, garlic, salt, and pepper. Toss generously until the ingredients are fully covered in the seasoning. 

  3. When ready, drizzle olive oil to the bottom of your baking dish and spread it around until the bottom is evenly coated. This will ensure no sticking (optional). 

  4. Transfer the ingredients to the baking dish—spread it out to ensure even baking. Place it in the oven uncovered and bake it for 45-50 minutes, toss the potatoes and celery root around every 15 minutes to ensure all sides get nice and golden brown.

  5. Serve as a side dish to any breakfast menu. Enjoy while hot. Garnish with fresh oregano or parsley. 

Ashley Altan

Ashley Altan is a Food Writer, Recipe Developer & Photographer for Crave-Worthy. When she's not whipping up recipes in her kitchen, she's exploring the rich, historical culture of Turkey and its cuisine.

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