Grilled sausages with celery root salad with hazelnuts and arugula from Cook This Now: 120 Easy and Delectable Dishes You Can't Wait to Make by Melissa Clark

  • arugula
  • hazelnuts
  • sherry vinegar
  • celery root
  • sausages

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  • wester on April 23, 2013

    This was a nice salad, fresh and summery (my husbands words) at a time of year when fresh produce is not that abundant yet while you do want it to be. The hazelnuts work really well with the celeriac. I used butter lettuce and a handful of parsley instead of the arugula, which worked fine. I do think I wouldn't mind some mustardy mayonnaise instead of the vinaigrette. I did not think the sausages had any special interaction with the salad, I think any meat would work as well. Or cheese or eggs. I liked it very much that she said how large the celeriac should be. I had suspected for a while that Dutch celeriacs might be bigger than American ones, and now I'm sure. One Dutch celeriac should count as two or three foreign ones.

  • westminstr on March 24, 2013

    Like others, we liked this.

  • L.Nightshade on August 01, 2012

    This was a perfect dinner to whip up after work. Mr. NS did the sausages on the grill (instead of in a pan under the broiler as the recipe states). This made for an easier clean-up, so this dinner was even more ideal for the end of a long day. For the sausages, I chose half bratwurst, half Italian, from our great local deli. While they were on the grill, I grated celery root in the FP, then made the dressing with dijon mustard, garlic, sherry vinegar, and olive oil, and seasoned it with salt and pepper. The celery root was tossed with arugula and toasted hazelnuts, then dressed. This is basically a recipe for the salad that more or less states "add grilled sausages on the side." The salad would certainly be a nice standalone, or work with other meats, but it did go very well with the sausages, especially with the mustardy dressing. I don't think Mr. NS appreciated this as much as I did. He said I could make it "once a year" and it would be fine.

  • Cheri on January 09, 2012

    Excellent, bistro style meal. Quick. Used TJ's Chicken garlic sausages, grilled them and served over the salad with artisan bread on the side. Nice weeknight meal. Hazelnuts are a nice compliment to the mustard vinegarette.

  • amraub on January 09, 2012

    Quick and easy. Perfect for a weeknight meal.

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