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Baked Celeriac - Keto Jacket Potato

Who misses or craves for a lovely spud! Dripping with grass-fed butter. Whilst the jacket potato is off the menu for us. The creative keto community have found a way to get that backed potato experience by using a versatile, truly delicious and awesome alternative!

Celeriac is growing to become one of the most popular foods among keto lovers. While this vegetable root gives you a low carb content, it also gives great taste and texture that leaves you wanting more. Celeriac, also called celery roots, has many nutritional values to its name. You get to derive nutrients like Vitamin A and K. Fibre and Protein are also part of what you get to enjoy when you opt for this low-carb meal.

One great and unique attribute of Celeriac is the fact that it can be consumed in many ways. Some people prefer to enjoy it raw, while others enjoy celeriac fries. That is great, no doubt. But did you know you can eat baked celeriac? Well, now you do! What’s more? It is probably one of the easiest recipes you would ever find out there. If you know how to move around the kitchen, then you know how to prepare a tasty Baked Celeriac.

In terms of nutritional value, baked celeriac still has a lot to offer. Though the cooking process might reduce the vitamin content, fibre, protein, and other nutrients are still very much available. When you use the right ingredients when baking your celeriac, you have a healthy meal with a great taste.

The process of making baked celeriac jackets is quite easy and the recipes are easy to get. Let’s get right to it.

 

Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 2 Hours
Cooking Temp: 150 c

 

Ingredients

  • Celeriac

  • Olive oil

  • Salt

 

Method

  1. Heat oven to 150 C.
  2. Thoroughly wash the whole celeriac and pat dry.
  3. Brush the outside with olive oil, sprinkle liberally with coarse salt.
  4. Rub the salt around evenly.
  5. Bake for 2 hours.
  6. Bake till the outside is evenly crisp and the inside is soft.
  7. Remove and allow to cool.
  8. Peel off the outer crisp layer (optional).
  9. Cut into slices and serve with your favourite sauce.

 

Nutritional Value

(Per serving)

  • Net Carbs – 5g
  • Fat – 14g
  • Protein – 3g
  • Fiber -- 7g 
  • Calories – 160kcal