Reviews for Roasted Kohlrabi
This was good. I would like to try it cut as fries next time as a base for poutine.
I sliced to kohlrabi a bit thicker, added 1 tsp salt and a fair number of grinds of black peppercorns (not sure of the amount...). Forgot to add the garlic. :'-( My family enjoyed it and I would make this again.
Whole family loved this dish. I got a bunch of these strange veggies in our CSA basket and had no clue what they were or what to do with them ... I loosely followed the directions, cut them up like French Fries, added paprika, onion powder & Touscan Seasoning to the mix. Veggie phobic kids thought they were French fries, (I didn't correct them!) Huge hit! I'll definitely make again!
It was just okay, I added carrots as another reviewer suggested and it was just alright.
Very good. I'll make this again. Followed the recipe as written.
My husband made this last night, and it was a big hit with all of us - including our 3-year-old and our 1-year-old. Delicious! A new favorite. It was our first time having kohlrabi, and it tasted like a mix between potatoes, turnips, and heaven. We also had raw kohlrabi and radish "carpaccio" the same night, but this recipe was my favorite of the night. Felt like we were indulging, but it's healthy!
Very tasty, the kohlrabi seemed to have a skin on it, not sure if it should have been peeled rather than just washed. Otherwise loved it
Yummmm! Even my kids liked this! It tastes alot like a potato! But It reminds me more of potato crossed w/ broccoli...so glad we discovered this recipe and new veggie!
Great alternative to sauteeing or stir fry. Very tasty.
I would make it again.
I cooked it a little longer. My husband and I loved it.
I loved it. I will definitely be making it again.
i belong to a weight lose group at our church and our challenge this year is to buy and prepare a new fruit and veggie each month. we did kohlrabi this month and to quote my hubby " you can do this again" lol it's great and for a little added crunch you could add a tbs of bread crumbs when tossing with the oil and cheese. very good.
Trimming the root can be difficult depending upon the size of your plant. But YUM! I Love the texture...make sure not to let it cook too long, should be the texture of a roasted beet or the very heart of the artichoke.
Maybe my kohlrabi was suspect based on pictures , but this turned out bitter though not burned. I'll try again with another bunch of kohlrabi.
I got kohlrabi in my CSA box today. This recipe was delicious! The kohlrabi was sweet and tender. I added the chopped greens toward the end. They got crisp like kale. I'll be making this again!
I've never cooked this vegetable but it caught my attention at a local farmers market. I used a Tuscan herb olive oil and followed the recipe. My husband loved it. I'll definitely make it again. We did think it tasted a bit like artichoke heart.
I bought peeled garlic cloves to roast with the kohlrabi. Never having done so, I just poured them in. They were delicious and so was the vegetable but the garlic was strong. thank god for the parmesan cheese.
I bought a large kohlrabi from the farmer's market. I cut it up as directed, baked for 20 minutes and followed the recipe exactly. The kohlrabi was still not tender, and I could not eat it. But there were a couple of pieces that got soft and they were very good with good flavor. I will definitely make this again, but bake it until good and tender!
Prep: Quartered, peeled, sliced. Flavored: Oil (basil infused), salt & pepper. Cooked: In my air fryer for 10 minutes, and it was delicious!
Not something I would have bought but it was in with my CSA. This recipe was easy and tasted great. Reminded me of potatoes. Hardest part was peeling. Definitely would make again.
I would make this again. I was good.
I had no idea of what to do with the kohlrabi I bought. This is a delicious solution to that problem. Do make sure that your knife cuts are even. Parmesan didn't land on some of the slices but they were just as good, just different.
I also added in carrots and potatoes. I ground some of it up after baking it and even my 12 month old loved it.
This was delicious. I got a little too much salt on it but that was totally my fault. I used garlic powder instead of fresh garlic because I knew at that high of heat the garlic would burn. I will be making this again for sure.
Tastes great! If you love garlic, try using extra cloves. If you cut the kohlrabi into squares, it will require a longer baking time. (I baked at 200 C, 40 minutes, stirring every 10-15 minutes, in a small glass casserole dish.)
Absolutely delicious. First time I tried kolrabi and definitely won't be the last. I may even try growing it myself;it's that good.
I've never had Kohlrabi, but really liked this recipe. I'll be looking for more kohlrabi!