When the streets are covered with carpets of leaves and chestnuts are being slammed in the park, on the streets and in the gardens, we know that it is time to change the seasons in the kitchen.
One of the products in the spotlight in autumn is the celery.
In ancient Greece was a symbol of victory, because in some races the winners received for a reward wreath of this vegetable.
In the Middle Ages, Celery became popular mainly as a medicine. It was believed to act as an aphrodisiac.
Celery relieves pain, reduces blood pressure, acts antirheumatic and drains.
The peeled celery darkens quickly. To keep the light and type there is a simple trick: spray it with lemon juice when you cut it. And when you boil it, put some lime juice or vinegar in the water.
How to use into a kitchen:
Soups and garnishes: add celery and the specific and aroma will make autumn soup, a wonderful experience.
Pan or bake. Serve with tomato sauce and you will have a great appetizer.
Make a mashed celery with butter instead of mashed potatoes. The celery puree is a great addition to roast meat.
Salad: Salad of grated celery, beets, carrots and turnips is a real vitamin bomb!