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Old Tue, Feb-15-05, 09:24
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Location: Atlantic Canada
Default Terrific Turnip Casserole

1 medium turnip, peeled and cut into pieces. Boil with a bit of salt added to the water.

When the turnip is cooked and tender, drain and add 1 Tbsp. butter and mash.

Add salt, pepper, celery salt to taste
1 tsp. dill weed.
1/4 cup chopped onion
2 eggs

Mix together. Pam spray a casserole dish and put the turnip mix in.

Sprinkle top with bacon bits if desired or with paprika.

Bake at 350 for 45 minutes.
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Old Mon, Feb-21-05, 07:12
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I'm trying to find more recipes for turnips so I was glad to see this one. However, the turnips I can buy are the size of onions. Are you talking about turnips or the 'orangey' rutabaga? The medium-size turnip will not last far in this household unless this recipe is for 1 person? Would be easy to multiply the recipe if so. Thanks.
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Old Sat, Mar-05-05, 15:00
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No I'm talking about a bigger turnip, about the size of a honeydew melon. That's the size I use in this recipe.
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Old Sun, Mar-06-05, 07:38
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Well, they must grow them bigger in Canada. I've only been able to find ones as large as a softball but most are the size of apples. I'll keep looking or use 2 'large' to equal the 'melon' size. I did try the recipe and it was delicious. Still on the lookout for more turnip recipes. Thanks again & your weight loss is ASTONISHING!!!
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Old Fri, Mar-11-05, 00:29
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well i mght have to try this too.sue
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