A delicious pie that you can have for dinner or dessert. Rutabagas are a seldom used vegetable that are quite tasty, and really good for you. You can find them in the grocery store, at a farm stand, or if you're lucky enough to be part of a CSA, you'll probably have about 50lbs of them in November. They are also supposed to be really easy to grow yourself.
I found a recipe for this pie in the Victory Garden Cookbook, and changed it to my liking.
Here's What you'll need:
About a pound of Rutabaga
2 or 3 Apples
1T Maple Syrup
1/2 tsp ground corriander
1/4 tsp ground ginger
1/2 tsp salt
2Tb brown sugar
1 cup soy milk
a partially baked pie shell
Use your favorite pie crust recipie, or search for pie crust right here on Instructables. Cook it part way, about 15 minutes, so it starts to brown and the dough starts to set. (Hint: if you substitute half of the flour with whole wheat flour, it gives the crust a yummy brown color.)
Step 1: Get the rutabaga ready.
Wash the rutabaga, and peel it with a vegetable peeler. Cut it into chunks. Peel and core the apples, and cut them in half. Save the apple peels for step 2.