These turnips are sweet, succulent, tender and crispy. The texture of the turnip is similar to a daikon radish and the flavor is mild.
These are not the average turnip. This variety is vastly different from the classic purple top and is absolutely delicious raw or cooked.
Eat these turnips raw in a salad or crudités, or cook them like you would a young turnip. Munch on these raw with hummus or just sprinkled with salt. For a different experience, sautee or roast turnip slices at a high heat in oil or butter. They become delightfully juicy and lightly caramel on the outside. You can also bake them like a potato and use your favorite baked potato topping.
Store in a plastic bag in the refrigerator.