Brightly flavored orange zest and juice underscore the earthy nature of beets and parsnips. As you toss the slaw, the beets will “bleed,” coloring the parsnips and radishes.
If you would like to keep the contrast of the light parsnip and dark beet, toss in the beets just before serving.
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we did not enjoy this slaw at all. My wife left out the parsnip. The taste was very bitter as stated in another review.
I love all these ingredients, but I did not enjoy the combined flavours of this slaw. The parsnip was quite bitter, this is my first time with raw parsnip.
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