I can certainly see how this would be enjoyable for those who like turnips. I had never tried one (at least not that I can recall) and wanted to try this out as an alternative to my usual recipe for oven baked garlic parmesan potatoes. The recipe is great - but I just wasn't a fan of the turnip taste. Otherwise, very easy preparation and cook time.
Garlicky Turnip Fries with Pomegranate Ketchup
HeatherCD Posted: 11/30/13
michellerietema Posted: 11/23/13
We used breadcrumbs instead of cornmeal because that's what we had in our pantry but they still turned out fantastic! These are a great accompaniment to any main dish and I think could be served plain or with any sauce.
angelack Posted: 12/06/13
Made according to recipe and I like turnips. It was good but not super. The ketchup will take waaaaay longer than 10 minutes; that must be a typo. More like 4-6 hours of reducing the pomegranate juice mixture down before it's ketchupy consistency. It was a little heavy on shallot flavor as well, so a bit less shallot could be used.
tpetricini Posted: 03/17/14
Burned the sauce because our stove was broken and tried to do it in the microwave. The turnip fries weren't crispy, but I liked them as an in season alternative to fries, so I'm saving this recipe.
SReed10 Posted: 01/20/14
Made these with turnips from our Farm Share and they were fantastic! Didn't make the ketchup, just ate them plain. They have become a weekly staple at our house!
morered Posted: 01/17/14
I thought this would be a new way to incorporate turnips into my menus given they are in season now. But I made the recipe as written and found them soggy and a bit bitter. But maybe that's how turnips taste and I just didn't like turnips? I was expecting crispy....and my pomegranate ketchup was more of a drippy sauce after 10 minutes and I didn't have time to cook it longer...