White cone-shaped vegetables of the carrot family with which they are often associated in cooking. Parsnip is a sweet tasting root vegetable with an energy content similar to that of the potato. They are often served mashed with carrot, roasted or made into soup and provide useful high fibre and energy source.
One standard type.
Mostly grown in Dublin, Cork and Waterford.
64kcals/100grams raw Parsnips.
Nutritional Value/ 100 grams Parsnips raw
|Vitamin C||17 milligrams|
|Vitamin E||1.00 milligrams|
|Vitamin A||30 Micrograms|
|Energy Value K cal||64 or 271 KJ|
|Vitamin B||0.35 milligrams|
|Dietary Fibre||4.6 grams|
How to Store
Store in cool dry place.
How to Cook
Parsnips can be boiled, roasted or used in stews, soups and casseroles.