Baked Parsnips

Baked Parsnips Recipe

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Cassie Deming


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I grew up in a Swedish-American household. Now while my dad was very fond of turnips (gag me!) the rest of us couldn't stand the taste or smell of them. Soooo, whenever daddy was hungry for these digusting vile excuse for a veggie, bless mom's heart, she cooked good old PARSNIPS for herself and the rest of us...YUMMO!!!


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Depends on amount of parsnips desired.
25 Min
45 Min


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  • As desired bunch
    parsnips, olive oil, salt, pepper, or other seasoning

How to Make Baked Parsnips


  1. Preheat 400F degree oven. Peel parsnips, and Cut into 1/4 inch sticks. Toss with Olive Oil. Add salt and pepper. May substitute other seasonings to taste, as desired. Spread vegetable out on a ungreased cookie sheet or baking pan. Stir halfway through baking time. Bake for a total of 45 min.

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About Baked Parsnips

Course/Dish: Vegetables
Other Tag: Healthy

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