Neeps. Aka Rutabaga or swede

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mary hendricks

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@mahend65

My English grandmother always made these for holiday dinners. My mom kept the tradition and made the same dinner as her mom. We could not deviate from traditional menu until my mom could no longer do the dinners and allowed my brother and me to do them. We stuck to tradition but added other dishes. Mom a couple of my kids and I were the big neep fans. I cook them often. Not fancy just simple goodness. Friends babies always scarf these down. And so healthy

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Serves:
4
Prep:
5 Min
Cook:
25 Min
Method:
Stove Top

Ingredients

How to Make Neeps. Aka Rutabaga or swede

Step-by-Step

  1. Peel skin from Rutabaga cut into chunks they are very hard. Some cook before peeling but I prefer to peel with pesticides used these days
  2. Boil cut up rutabaga until easily pierced with fork.
    Drain ya don't want it hard.
  3. Place in bowl and take frustration out and mash mash mash.
    Add butter salt pepper to taste ... Done!

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