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Rotsaksdröm - the market's tastiest root fruit delicacy
Rotsaksdröm - the market's tastiest root fruit delicacy
Rotsaksdröm - the market's tastiest root fruit delicacy
Rotsaksdröm - the market's tastiest root fruit delicacy
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Rotsaksdröm - the market's tastiest root fruit delicacy

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Root dream, the best root fruit delicacy on the market! Our wonderful mixture of parsnip, carrot and celeriac is a real sensation for the taste buds, with a rich taste of root vegetables and a little acid and saltiness that goes with most things. especially for grilled food! Our delicacy is perfect for the next party or dinner - your guests will love it!

The best friend of all barbecue occasions and the given partner of all short evenings. This exquisite root vegetable delicacy is a royal heart friend that, with its tasty qualities, puts you on a winning hand at all times.

It is excellent on grilled vegetables or as a seasoning for other dishes. This unique accessory is perfect for any occasion, whether you're grilling with friends or just want to add a little more flavor to your meals. Root dream has a rich taste that is guaranteed to please all taste buds. So go ahead and try something new - your taste buds will thank you! Don't hesitate, try Rotsaksdröm today.

Perfect for Cheddar, Jarlsberg, Gouda, Danbo, hamburgers, grilled, smoked loin, chicken, Manchego, goat cheese, chicken, pork fillet

Parsnip . The root has the shape of a carrot, but is larger and white in color. The taste is mild but characteristic. It is a common vegetable in broths and vegetable soups, suitable for au gratin and can be cooked to mash mixed with grated cheese and a little milk. It blooms during the latter part of summer. Parsnip was already cultivated in ancient Greece. In Sweden, it is mentioned in the 16th century, but seems to have been cultivated much earlier, and was in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance considerably more popular as a vegetable than today. Parsnip is an easy-to-grow and hardy kitchen plant.

The carrot, is a popular root vegetable and old cultivated plant, usually orange-coloured, but also occurs in white, yellow, red, purple and black varieties. In terms of shape, they can be conical, cylindrical or spherical. All of these are cultivated forms of the wild carrot (Daucus carota) which occurs naturally in Europe and south-west Asia. The domesticated carrot probably originated in Persia and was originally cultivated for its leaves and seeds. Commonly today the taproot is eaten, although both the stem and the leaves are also edible. Today's carrots have been selectively bred to make the taproot bigger, tastier and less woody. The carrot is a biennial herb in the family of panicle plants and can grow to almost a meter in height. It blooms with white flowers in the second year and the entire plant dies after seeding. Carrots are used in a variety of ways in many countries, both raw and cooked.

Celery is a biennial, strongly scented herb that grows wild in Europe and Asia. Celery grows up to eight centimeters high and blooms in July-August with small white flowers in clusters. The root, stalk and seeds of celery are used. Celery originally comes from Asia but has been cultivated in the Mediterranean area for more than 3,000 years where it began to be used as a spice and medicinal plant already in ancient Egypt. The Romans brought the herb north and it has been known in Sweden since the Middle Ages. It was primarily the seeds and leaves that were used and the development to use celery as a vegetable has been slow. According to information, celeriac was developed in Italy in the 15th century. Celery was developed during the same time, but came to the Nordics later

Ingredients: Parsnip, water, carrot, celery root, vinegar, raw cane sugar (13%), turmeric, sea salt

Amount of fruit 52 g per 100g

Nutrition declaration 100g: Energy 376 kJ/90 kcal; Fat 0.3 g (saturated fat 0.1 g); Carbohydrates 20 g (sugars 19 g); Protein 1 g; Salt 0.8 g

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Bengt Bruhn
Rotsaksdröm.

En naturlig och också mycket god sort. Vilken skillnad mot de massproducerade burkar vi hittar hittar hos matjättarna (med okänt ursprung av innehållet).
Fortsätt så!

Tack för dina vänliga ord, Bengt, och för att du väljer Rotsaksdröm, som din favoritdelikatess av rotfrukter. Jag brinner för att hitta de bästa råvarorna och producera en produkt som jag tycker inte bara är naturlig utan också mycket god. Tack för att du tar dig tid att dela dina tankar med oss, det betyder verkligen mycket!