Lentil Celery Root Hash Recipe

lentil celery root hash

My new little friend … Mr. Celery Root … hangin’ with his best buds and about to hit my belly! I’m calling this party in my mouth Lentil Celery Root Hash.

The celery root is *just* like a potato only with this unique hint of flavor. A veggie adventure!

Bonus: Celery root has half the starch and half the calories of white potatoes. AND it is not a nightshade!* Suh-WEET!

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Lentil Celery Root Hash

  • 2 cups water
  • 3/4 cup lentils (I used brown)
  • 2 tsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 onion, sliced
  • 1 celery root, small, sliced in 1″ chunks
  • 1 tsp kosher salt
  • pepper to taste (a few pinches)
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice

Bring lentils and water to a boil then turn down, simmering 30 min. Drain if any water is left. Cook celery root and onion with olive oil in large pan on medium heat until tender, approx 20 min, covering and stirring periodically. Add lentils, salt, pepper and lemon juice, combining well. Enjoy!

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Note: If you like a harder lentil, you can use French green lentils and cook just a bit longer, maybe an additional 10 min or so.

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* Nightshade vegetables like potatoes may cause issues for some who are more sensitive to their lectin and alkaloid content than others. One of my doctors strongly recommends people with autoimmune illness, arthritis or inflammation avoid them. This dish has zero nightshades! Woo hoo!

Lentil Celery Root Hash Recipe



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