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Friday, December 19, 2008

Rutabaga and Ginger

(by Barbara Piascik, BI-graduate of 2007)

Rutabaga is the most popular root vegetable in the Finnish cuisine. It is included in casseroles and served as a side dish alongside meat and salads. Rutabaga casserole (Lanttulaatikko) is one of the oldest holiday dishes in Finland. Rutabaga was cultivated in Finland already in the 17th century and the rutabaga casserole has been part of the festivity cooking since then. As requested by many, click for the recipe here.

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