Baked Kohlrabi Fries

By June 14, 2016
 2-3 kohlrabi, leaves trimmed
 2-3 tbsp sunflower, olive or melted coconut oil
 Salt
 Spice blend: cumin, chili powder, or other preferred blend and some salt
1

Turn your oven to 425 and grease or line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. One of these split sheets is also a super helpful and reusable kitchen tool.

2

Peel kohlrabi: cut off a disc from the top and the bottom, and then like a melon, all the way around.

3

Slice the kohlrabi bulbs into home-fries.

4

Toss with the melted oil and sprinkle on some sea salt and cover generously in your spice blend (use your favorites to change it up! An Indian spice blend, a chipotle or Mexican blend, or just some store bought chili powder.)

5

Roast for 30 minutes, tossing halfway and rotating the pan. Serve right away with a dipping sauce.

** Calling home chefs! We'd love some help with this recipe-- if you try anything different that helps these fries get a little crisper rather than soft. Adjusting the heat? Soaking first? Coating in flour? If you come up with something, leave a comment and we'll try it in our test kitchen!

Ingredients

 2-3 kohlrabi, leaves trimmed
 2-3 tbsp sunflower, olive or melted coconut oil
 Salt
 Spice blend: cumin, chili powder, or other preferred blend and some salt

Directions

1

Turn your oven to 425 and grease or line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. One of these split sheets is also a super helpful and reusable kitchen tool.

2

Peel kohlrabi: cut off a disc from the top and the bottom, and then like a melon, all the way around.

3

Slice the kohlrabi bulbs into home-fries.

4

Toss with the melted oil and sprinkle on some sea salt and cover generously in your spice blend (use your favorites to change it up! An Indian spice blend, a chipotle or Mexican blend, or just some store bought chili powder.)

5

Roast for 30 minutes, tossing halfway and rotating the pan. Serve right away with a dipping sauce.

Baked Kohlrabi Fries

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