Celeriac and Apple Remoulade with Smoked Cheese Dressing
I received a lovely hamper of ingredients along with some samples of Applewood Spreadable and one of the things in the hamper was a celeriac. Celeriac is a root vegetable with a slight celery flavour, it’s delicious raw or cooked, but it’s one of those vegetables I often forget to look for and buy.
Remoulade is a classic way to serve celeriac, it’s usually a mix of mayonnaise and mustard but I have adapted it to incorporate Applewood Spreadable and I found that the mild smoky flavour worked really well with in the dressing for the remoulade.
Celeriac and Apple Remoulade
1/2 a medium celeriac, peeled and cut into julienne strips
1 large sharp apple, peeled and cut into julienne strips
juice of 1/2 a lemon
50g Applewood Spreadable
2 tbsp Greek yogurt
salt & freshly ground black pepper
a little chopped dill
1. Mix together the celeriac and apple julienne strips with the lemon juice.
2. Make the dressing by mixing the Applewood Spreadable, mayonnaise and Greek yogurt, season to taste.
3. Mix together the julienne strips and the dressing, add about tsp of chopped dill and stir through.
4. Serve with cold meats, such as ham or cold roast beef or with any other dish where you would usually serve coleslaw.
I received samples of Applewood
Spreadable Cheese and a hamper of food products to use in the
competition, I have not been paid for this post and all opinions are my