Rutabaga fries

rutabaga - clovers & kale

Health Benefits of Rutabaga

Vitamin C–1 cup of rutabaga contains 35 milligrams, that’s 47% of the recommend daily intake for women and 39% for men.

Dietary Fiber–1 cup of rutabaga contains 3.5 grams of dietary fiber

Ways to eat rutabaga…

  • roasted with other root veggies
  • boiled and mashed (like potatoes)
  • in soups (replacing potatoes)
  • julienned raw to add crunch to salads
  • stir-frying with other veggies
  • cut into veggie sticks for dipping into hummus

Today I made Rutabaga Fries as an appetizer (along with sweet potato fries)

Baked Rutabaga Fries


  • 1 or 2 rutabaga
  • salt & pepper
  • paprika
  • olive oil


Preheat the oven to 425° F

Wash and peel the rutabaga

peeled rutabaga - rutabaga fries - clovers & kale

Cut into french fry slices

rutabaga fries - clovers & kale

Spray or lightly toss with olive oil

ready to bake - rutabaga fries - clovers & kale

Season with salt + pepper, paprika (other ideas: rosemary, minced garlic, garlic powder)

baked rutabaga fries - clovers & kale

Place the slices on cookie sheet and bake in the oven for 30 minutes (turn the fries halfway)

baked rutabaga fries - seasoned - clovers & kale



XOXO, Siobain

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