I can't talk right now. I'm swoonin' over this kohlrabi dish
Dressed in a punchy yogurt sauce, julienned kohlrabi and apple combine into a fresh, crunchy salad.
¼ cup minced red onion1 tablespoon whole-grain Dijon mustard1 teaspoon Diamond Crystal kosher salt, plus more¼ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper, plus more¼ teaspoon ground cumin565 grams/1 ¼ pounds kohlrabi bulbs (about 3 medium), trimmed of their stalks
1 large tart green apple2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh dill or flat-leaf parsley1In a large bowl, combine the yogurt, onion, mustard, salt, pepper and cumin. Stir together and let stand while you prep the kohlrabi and apple.
2Trim off each “pole” of the kohlrabi so you have two flat ends, similar to removing the pith and peel of an orange. Stand one kohlrabi on a flat end, then use your knife to slice off the thick skin; this skin is bitter and never softens while cooking, nor is it pleasant to eat raw. There is a noticeable line between the light green skin and the pale white flesh, so cut just inside that line until you have a completely white cue ball. Repeat with the remaining two kohlrabi; you should have 255 to 285 grams (9 to 10 ounces) of trimmed kohlrabi. headtopics.com
3Using a mandoline, slice the kohlrabi into 1/16-inch slices. Stack 6 or so slices together at a time, and slice into 1/16-inch-thick matchsticks (they will not all be the same length; that’s OK). As you cut, transfer the kohlrabi matchsticks to the bowl with the dressing.
4Peel and core the apple, then weigh out (or eyeball) half the weight of the kohlrabi in peeled apple, so 128 to 142 grams (4 1/2 to 5 ounces). Slice the apple on the mandoline in the same manner as the kohlrabi, then cut into matchsticks.5Add the apple matchsticks to the bowl along with the lemon juice and toss all the ingredients to combine. It will seem like there is not enough dressing at first, but by the time each matchstick is coated in yogurt, you’ll see that it is enough. Taste and season with more salt and pepper, if you like. Transfer the salad to a serving dish and top with the dill just before serving.Read more: L.A. Times Food »
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