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Parsnip Hash Browns
Spiced Parsnip and Cauliflower Soup
Truffled Parsnip and Parmesan Bruschetta
Salted Caramel Parsnips
Roast Parsnip and Chestnut Salad
Honey Mustard Parsnip and Potato Bake
Curried Parsnip Mash
Roasted Parmesan Parsnips
Parsnip and Maple Syrup Cake
Generally, parsnip contains more sugar than carrots, radish, turnips. It has calories (100 g provide 75 calories) comparable to that of some fruits like banana, and grapes. Nonetheless, its sweet, juicy root is rich in several health-benefiting phyto-nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and fiber.It is one of the excellent sources of soluble and insoluble dietary fiber. 100 g root provides 4.9 mg or 13% of fiber. Adequate fiber in the diet helps reduce blood cholesterol levels, obesity and constipation conditions. Further, the root is rich in many B-complex groups of vitamins such as folic acid, vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine), thiamin, and pantothenic acid as well as vitamin K and vitamin E.