DSC_8436                     Cook Time: 15-20 minutes

Level: Easy

Serve: 6

This is a simple and tasty dish, it is one of my favorites in winter. Flavors of Clery and orange juice make a balance with quince and carrot. Enjoy!

Celery is from the same family with parsley and fennel. Celery root and the leaves of celery are often used to make soup, salad or meal. Celery leaves has high content of vitamin A and the stems are an excellent source of vitamins B1, B2, B6 and vitamin C with rich supplies of potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron , sodium. The natural organic sodium( salt) in celery is safe for consumption.                                           -INGREDIENTS-

2  Celery roots with branch, peeled the celery roots and chopped, celery branch chopped. Rest it in lemony water for 10-15 minutes.

2 carrots, peeled and cut.

1 Quince, peeled and seeds discarded, chopped.

3 cloves garlic, peeled.

1 cup fresh orange juice

2 tbsp all-purpose flour.

1/4 cup Olive Oil .

1tbsp fresh lemon juice.

1 tsp sugar.

4-5 shallots, peeled

Salt to taste and ground black Pepper to taste. 2 cups cold water. half bunch of fresh dill, it is optional.


1- Place the flour and olive oil in a wide pot and fry the flour until golden yellow and add shallots, the garlic fry it for 20 second then add the water.

2- Put drained celery root, quince, carrots into the pot in this order. Add the orange juice, sugar, lemon juice.

3- Cook for 15- 20 minutes, over medium heat until roots soften.

4-  Wait the meal for cooling down  in your pot and then serve warm or cold.

Bon appetite!

Fry the flour with olive oil for 1 minute add the shallots, garlic fry it for 20 seconds, add the water, lemon juice, sugar.


Add the celery, quince, carrot and cook until roots tender.





  1. I never heard of the Quince fruit before and don’t believe I’ve seen it in the grocery store here in Buffalo, New York but the recipe sounds delicious. I will inquire about locating it since it does not look like there is a good substitute!

  2. Thanks for your quince recipes. Everyone who takes some quinces from my tree gets your recipes. 🙂

  3. looks really good, definately will try it soon 🙂

  4. Yummy recipes. But your recipes will compel me to cook again. I used to cook a lot always but had decided to give time to other things now 🙂

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