Also known as swede or Swedish turnip, this root vegetable cross-bred between cabbage and turnip is getting more popular at fine restaurants worldwide thanks to the modern Scandinavian cuisine phenomena.
Rutabaga is commonly baked, roasted, stewed and mashed with potatoes or carrots. It can also be sliced finely and eaten raw as part of a salad.
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