Something Original

June 17, 2007 at 2:23 pm 79 comments

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I toyed with titling this post “Kohlrabi Part II” but thought better of it.  I suspect you will all be sick of hearing me rave about kohlrabi by the end of this summer.  But until then, welcome to a second adventurous recipe using kohlrabi. 

I often putz around in the kitchen, twisting perfectly normal recipes into oddities, much to the ire of my boyfriend, D.  All the poor guy wants is a veggie burger and some stuffing prepared out of a box.   I don’t like things when they’re so simple.   Why not try something new and different, right? 

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Thus, inspired by my time in Argentina earlier this year, a passing conversation with a farm volunteer on Saturday who’d studied in Buenos Aires, and my current adoration of the aforementioned vegetable, I went into the kitchen to come up with a unique fusion of South American and Indian ingredients. 

When I was in Mendoza in the northwest of Argentina, I consumed (voraciously, I might add) the most interesting corn and red pepper empanadas, which I’ve since recreated at home.  My time at the farm this weekend yielded more kohlrabi (of the white variety this time) and very tender yellow squash, along with some scallions and radishes.  Gathering those together in one recipe tucked into a pocket of flaky dough proved to be pure genius, if I do say so myself.  D agrees (and he’s a tough customer).

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Without further ado, I present Kohlrabi & Squash Empanadas, an original “straight from the farm”.

Kohlrabi & Squash Empanadas

3 cloves of garlic, finely minced
1 inch of ginger, peeled and gratedthe-crust.jpg
2 medium kohlrabies, peeled and cut into small cubes
1 large summer squash, cut into small cubes
2 large scallions, both white and green parts, finely cut
1 radish, minced (optional)
1 T. extra virgin olive oil
1 T. butter
salt and pepper to taste
dash of freshly grated nutmeg
1 box of pre-made pie crust or one batch homemade*
1 egg

In a medium skillet, heat oil and butter over medium heat.  Add garlic and ginger to brown.  Add kohlrabi cubes, a pinch of salt and some pepper. Toss well and cook 3 or 4 minutes until kohlrabi are softening a bit.  Add squash cubes and continue to cook for 4 more minutes.  Add scallions, radish, nutmeg and another pinch of salt and pepper.  Mix well and cook for one minute before removing from heat.  Set mixture to this side to cool.

Roll out dough to be a little thinner than pie crust typically is.  If you are using pre-made crust from the store, run your rolling pin over it once or twice.   Using a cereal bowl or large circular cookie cutter, cut out 6 inch-ish circles from the dough.  It should yield about 15, give or take depending on your cutter and dough thickness.

Pre-heat oven to 425F and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.   Prepare egg wash by beating egg with a teaspoon of water and set to the side along with a small bowl of water.

To make the empanadas, spoon one tablespoon of kohlrabi and squash mixture into the center of a circle of dough.   (It’s better to have less filling than too much or the empanadas won’t hold together. Feel out the right ratio that allows you to close off the dough without any filling popping out.)   Dip your finger in the bowl of water and run it around the outside edge of the dough.  Fold dough over the filling to create a half circle.  Press down edges.  Carefully pick up the dough pocket and pinch edges (see photo) to seal them tightly.  A fork can also be used to crimp the edges if you want a less tedious method. 

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Repeat above process to finish all the empanadas, laying them on the lined cookie sheet when done.  With a fork, prick the tops once and brush with egg wash.   Bake for 8 minutes and turn over.  Bake another 5 to 7 minutes until deep golden brown and flaky.  Best served straight from the oven.

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 *A word about the dough.  For this particular post, I used pre-made pie crust since I was in a hurry to get to the party where I was premiering these little lovelys.  Normally, I use my standard pie crust recipe.  I have to admit the pre-made crust was just as good (and a heck of a lot faster).   However, I still intend to try this recipe for true empanada dough at some point.  In short, make it as simple or intricate as you like. 

**Also, I’m sure you could add chicken to this recipe and it’d be quite tasty.  In fact, you could just serve the filling on its own for a quick side dish when you’re too short on time to make the empanadas.

(makes approximately 15 empanadas)

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  • 1. JennDZ - The Leftover Queen  |  June 19, 2007 at 3:28 pm

    Those look incredible! Yum!

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  • 2. Jennie  |  June 19, 2007 at 6:15 pm

    Thanks, Jenn! And thanks for the great foodie blogroll!

    Reply
  • 3. taylor  |  June 27, 2007 at 1:52 pm

    This recipe and the others look great. I’ve just been eating my kohlrabi sliced and raw in salads. I like the crunch!

    Reply
  • 4. Jennie  |  June 27, 2007 at 8:14 pm

    Thanks, Taylor! Yep, raw kohlrabi is great but give it a go in a cooked dish if you have a chance. Completely different personality emerges. BTW, loved your blog!

    Reply
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  • 6. farmgirl  |  July 29, 2007 at 12:22 pm

    Hi Jennie,
    The empanadas look absolutely delicious. I found your blog via a comment you left on my kitchen garden blog a while ago re beets, and I’ve been lurking for a while. Really enjoying your articles, and your enthusiasm is truly infectious! How wonderful for you to have this amazing farm opportunity so close by. Thanks for sharing your experiences.

    I’m back at your kohlrabi posts because I have a question for you and/or The Daves:

    Any idea why the majority of my purple kohlrabis aren’t forming bulbs at the base? The same thing happened last year. Both times they were started from seed and thinned pretty well, though some of the plants are still pretty close together (I love to eat the young leaves in salads and have a hard time plucking them out!). But even plants that have several inches of space on all sides are simply putting out large leaves and getting taller, with maybe a slight oblong bulge at the base. It’s so depressing. I couldn’t find anything about it in my gardening books. I thought maybe it was inadequate and/or bad timing with watering, but I watered them quite regularly.

    I started more seeds a few weeks ago, and am hoping I’ll have better luck this time. Any tips you and The Daves can offer would be greatly appreciated. I’d love for you to email me: farmgirlfare AT gmail DOT com.

    And now I’m off to freeze a giant pile of zucchini! :)

    Best,

    Susan

    Reply
    • 7. CLAUDIA MARTIN  |  July 16, 2009 at 7:58 pm

      your garden may be too high in nitrogen. it will cause green growth but small root plants

      Reply
  • 8. Jennie  |  July 30, 2007 at 12:15 pm

    Hey Susan – thanks so much for your kind comments! I love when “lurkers” come forth and proclaim their loyalty…makes me feel cool. ;)

    Upon initial contemplation of your question, I’d suggest examining your soil mix as kohlrabi enjoy more of a sandy base that allows good drainage. That being said though, I’m not sure it would stop them from forming bulbs altogether. I’ve passed along your question to Farmer Dave and will post his two cents here for everyone to learn more. It’s a very good question and I’m eager to find out what might be the problem.

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  • 9. Jennie  |  August 1, 2007 at 9:03 am

    Susan – Farmer Dave had this to say about your kohlrabi conumdrum:

    i’m wondering how many hours of sun the kohlrabi is getting and when it was planted. honestly, i’ve only grown kohlrabi here at the farm this year and am not very familiar with its growth habits. i would say the spacing and amount of light its getting may influence bulb formation. most vegetables need at least 8 hours of sun each day.

    hmmmm…. does that help?

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  • 12. Megan  |  June 29, 2008 at 8:30 pm

    Such a good recipe! It was my first time using kohlrabi and this was the perfect introduction. Do you have any recipes for a dipping sauce that would go well?

    Reply
  • 13. Jennie  |  June 30, 2008 at 10:45 am

    Megan – It’s a little embarassing, but I like dipping them in some lite mayo that’s been spiked with cayenne pepper and Old Bay seasoning. :) So glad you enjoyed the recipe…check out other ideas for kohlrabi on the Recipe Index page. It’s a great veggie! :)

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  • 15. Julia  |  July 12, 2008 at 4:52 pm

    Hi
    I am super disappointed with this recipe. It takes forever, and it basically tastes like a bunch of pie crust wrapped around bland root vegetables. I won’t make this again. We had
    kohlrabi from our CSA to use and I was excited to find this recipe. Huge disappointment,
    not at all worth the time it took.

    Reply
  • 16. Jennie  |  July 12, 2008 at 8:02 pm

    I’m sorry to hear that, Julia. I’m surprised you thought the filling was bland. Did you use fresh ginger? Since this recipe has always been a hit with my guests, I’m interested to know why it didn’t work out for you.

    Reply
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  • 18. anotheryarn  |  July 23, 2008 at 1:37 am

    And I finally made it last night. Thank you for the recipe, we enjoyed it at our house.

    Reply
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  • 21. Avi  |  July 22, 2009 at 4:32 pm

    I made them, with the dough that you linked to, and though they took a long time, they were really awesome. A little sweet, a little complexity, totally fresh! Thanks alot.

    Reply
  • 22. lisa  |  August 9, 2009 at 12:26 am

    i made these tonight (with the empanada dough recipe you have a link to) and they were fantastic!! we felt the need for a dipping sauce, so my husband made a “kitchen sink” asian dipping sauce with a little soy sauce, teriyaki marinade, thai peanut sauce and some sweet and sour sauce and it actually worked perfectly. thanks for a fun new recipe!!

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  • 23. Martha  |  June 9, 2010 at 3:28 pm

    This looks absolutely yummy. I plan to make them Sunday.

    I’d love to see a print option for the recipe if you can swing it.

    Martha

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  • 25. carolyn  |  June 18, 2010 at 10:17 am

    i’m currently doing weight watchers and i’m trying to figure out the points for this recipe – do you use 1 pie crust or 2? the boxes are usually sold with two crusts, so i’m assuming 2, but i just want to be sure. thanks!

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    • 26. Jennie  |  June 18, 2010 at 10:28 am

      I used the entire box…so, yes, two crusts.

      Reply
      • 27. carolyn  |  June 18, 2010 at 10:32 am

        wow okay – i’m making these for my boyfriend and his mom tomorrow night. they’re 18 points for 5 – ouch! i’ll probably just try one. =) thank you!

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  • 28. Olivia  |  June 19, 2010 at 12:48 pm

    When I received kohlrabi in my CSA cooler this week, I wasn’t quite sure what to make. I was so glad that I found this recipe! I just made them , and they were amazing. I am love your recipe index too and look forward to trying more of your recipes.

    Thank you!

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  • 29. Meghan  |  June 23, 2010 at 10:30 am

    I found your blog by way of a search for recipes for kohlrabi. I too received kohlrabi this week when I picked up our CSA share. This recipe looks delicious, relatively simple and all I will have to purchase is some summer squash and ginger, because the rest of ingredients were in my CSA share as well. Thank you!

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  • 30. pjh139psu  |  July 1, 2010 at 7:25 pm

    I’m one who also got some in a CSA box. My sister belongs but she’s in Canada for the next two weeks and I got her box for 3 weeks. Excellent stuff. I had two lovely ones and several nice squash. I googled to find something different and found this site. Love the recipe. I did tweak it with some Mrs Dash Caribbean Citrus and some nutritional yeast for a cheese/butterish flavor . Next time I’m adding some marinated tofu and making it into a vegetable pie for a more complete meal.

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  • 33. joyce  |  June 25, 2011 at 6:45 pm

    Hi – 2007 – Hope you are still there in 2011!

    My first time here, first year with a CSA and new to plant based eating (hubby had a heart attach – good motivation – he is doing well)

    I will try these this week, but thought wonton skins might work well, too – what does everyone think?

    Thanks
    Joyce

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  • 34. Kasie  |  July 1, 2011 at 11:16 am

    Made these tonight for dinner, I must say they are pretty tasty. My co-worker gave me a Kohlrabi to try from his garden , and I’m glad I stumbled upon this recipe. My husband isn’t a big fan of veggies he gave it a 7 out of 10, which is pretty good for him. The only thing different I did was use ground ginger, and I also put the Kohlrabi/Squash mixture into a food processor and pulsed it a few times, then added the green onion and radish. Thanks for posting!

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  • 35. Sarah O  |  July 24, 2011 at 11:43 pm

    OMG! These were so amazing. We made the dough from scratch from the recipe you suggested. OMG! We topped them with a fresh basil and cilantro pesto. Thank you so much for this recipe. It was our first time cooking with kohlrabi. So delicious.

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  • 36. Marcy  |  August 7, 2011 at 10:50 am

    I made these last week and they were such a hit that I plan to use the filling for enchiladas this week, with some homemade green chili sauce. Really yummy!

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