Saturday, June 23, 2012
Cooking in Season: Kohlrabi "pizzas" and Spring Stir Fry
What ever toppings you like
I used garlic, olive oil, basil, spinach, and parmesan cheese
Preheat the oven to 350. Slice the kohlrabi into about 1/4 in slices. Put some olive oil on a baking sheet and then add the kohlrabi slices. Bake about 15 minutes depending on how soft you want the slices, then flip and cook another 15 minutes. Throw the toppings on the cooked slices and bake about 10 minutes or until the cheese is good and melty.
Teriyaki or any other kind of stir fry sauce
Any vegetables you have laying around
I used chinese cabbage, turnip, golden beets and mushrooms
Directions: Put the olive oil in a sautee pan on medium heat. First add whichever vegetables will take the longest to cook and the sauce and then work your way to the shortest cooking times. I started with beets and turnips, then added the white parts of the cabbage and the mushrooms, and finally the green part of the cabbage. Stir continuously until the vegetables are at the desired texture. I like crunchy vegetables, so I didn't cook them for very long.