Turnip Latkes

No carrots daikon, or applesauce; maybe add cauliflower…

This Is So Good...

A few days ago I posted a recipe for “Primal” Breakfast Casserole. It’s made with turnips and it was delicious! Although turnips have a slightly sweet flavor, they were a great substitute for potatoes in that dish. A few days later, Mark’s Daily Apple posted a recipe for Vegetable Latkes. The Polish girl in me cannot resist a good potato pancake – preferably slathered in sour cream or applesauce. Not very low-carb, but so good… Anyway, I had a few leftover turnips and decided to try out this recipe. I was pleasantly surprised. Although not exactly like Grandma’s or The Polish Village Cafe’s, these are a very good replacement for low-carbers.

Turnip Latkes

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups grated turnip, carrot, zucchini, daikon radish
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • pinch of sea salt
  • pinch of black pepper, freshly ground
  • Ghee or raw milk butter for frying

What to do:

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