Did you know?
Swede is in season from October to February and is a popular holiday veg. Most people struggle to tell the difference between a swede and a turnip. They’re very similar, although a swede is a little sweeter and less watery. In fact, the name is simply an abbreviation of Swedish turnip.
Cook it as you would any other root vegetable: roast it, mash it, fry it or put it in a gratin. Mashed swede with cream, called neeps in Scotland, is a traditional Scottish side-dish served with haggis on Burns night.
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