Best Celery Recipes

Top Rated Celery Recipes

Vegetables high in fiber and pH levels are great to help neutralize acid in the stomach. Don’t be afraid try out other veggies such as spinach, kale, beetroot, jicama, and lemon grass in your juice regimen!

You wouldn't think a tequila cocktail could be made with green Chartreuse or celery juice, but all together, they make for one really delicious cocktail. The Culture Clash cocktail is made by Tim Cooper at Goldbar.

Health experts at Vivier Health have found that smoothies “have the ability to cover a wider space in the gastrointestinal system than solid foods, which have to be broken down.” Replacing meals with healthy smoothies gives your body time to rest and recover after a serious bout of heartburn.

This nostalgic snack is one of the absolute best snacks for kids. Healthy, easy to prepare and so cute, ants on a log is much sweeter than it sounds.

Whether you’re doing a juice cleanse or just want a healthy breakfast drink, green juice can be a bit bitter on the palate —so why not add some flavor with sweet Asian pears and sweet-tart granny Smith apples? Check out Gordon Ramsay on FOX’s Hell’s Kitchen at (8:00 to 9:00 PM ET/PT).

In less than 20 minutes, this beautiful, protein-packed salad will be ready to eat.This recipe is courtesy of Food and Wine.

This superfruit contains bromelain, which aids in digestion and reduces bloating. In a juicer, pineapple pairs beautifully with everything from kale to carrots, so feel free to personalize.Read more about 15 Superfruit Juices You Need to Start Drinking.

The taste of kale can be tough to swallow, but with this recipe, you don’t have to.This recipe is courtesy of Real Simple.

Serve a virgin Bloody Mary by adding celery salt, crushed red pepper and Tabasco sauce to some tomatoe juice.This recipe is courtesy of Paige Flamm, The Happy Flammily.

The French may not be known for their love of raw vegetables, but this rémoulade proves that this stereotype does not always ring true.This recipe is courtesy of David Lebovitz.

This originally started out as a new cocktail I was creating, but after a while I realized it makes a great quick appetizer "shot." The vodka is so subtle that the gazpacho is really the main attraction.

This superfruit contains bromelain, which aids in digestion and reduces bloating. In a juicer, pineapple pairs beautifully with everything from kale to carrots, so feel free to personalize.Read more about 15 Superfruit Juices You Need to Start Drinking.

Top 10 ways to use up leftover celery

Faced with a large head of this plentiful vegetable? We've put together our top 10 ideas for using up your remaining celery, including salads, soups and stews.

As celery is usually sold as a whole head, once you’ve taken away a stick or two for your spaghetti Bolognese, there’s a lot left to play with. Its divisive nature means that while some people will happily plough through and eat it raw with dips, others find its flavour disagreeable. However, once cooked, celery proves an invaluable ingredient. It’s a great base vegetable for lots of dishes – once sweated until soft, its peppery taste can add a real savoury depth.

How to Make Cream Cheese-Stuffed Celery

During the 1950s, no appetizer tray was complete without celery stuffed with something, including peanut butter, in part because it is so easy to prepare ahead of time, but also because it is so tasty. It has stood the test of time and remains a popular snack or appetizer for a party or holiday meal.

This basic stuffed celery is filled with cream cheese, seasonings, and mayonnaise. Cheese-stuffed celery complements almost any menu at any time of year and is a great standby appetizer recipe.

If you are making these ahead of time, it's best to prepare the mixture and clean the celery, but wait to fill the celery until the day they will be served otherwise, the mixture might become too wet if it remains in the celery for longer than a few hours.

If you have any leftovers, the cream cheese mixture is perfect as-is for a dip with any leftover celery, crackers, or other vegetables. If you prefer not to put the mixture into the celery at all, use this recipe as a good starting point for a versatile dip to use with a raw veggie platter. Another option is to use this cream cheese mixture and put it on top of crackers, small toasts, or slices of bread. It's so tasty, simple, and very versatile.

Celery Soup

Combine celery, potato, onion, and butter in a medium saucepan over medium heat season with kosher salt. Cook, stirring, until onion is tender, 8–10 minutes. Add broth simmer until potatoes are tender, 8–10 minutes. Purée in a blender with dill strain. Stir in cream. Serve soup topped with celery leaves, sea salt, and oil.

How would you rate Celery Soup?

I used half and half, dried dill (1Tbl), and did not strain. It was great, my husband had seconds. A keeper.

This soup checks all requirements on my list of Go To recipes: Delicious, Easy, Simple Ingredients! The first time I made it I realized I didn’t have a potato and it was still so delicious. I’ve made with and without potato, with and without cream, and once had to sub olive oil for half the butter. No matter what emergency adjustments are made, an elegant soup results! I have served this to guests as a first course, and whipped up a batch for a WFH lunch. Thanks for such a great recipe!!

I absolutely love this soup and I make it all the time! Its delicious and really easy to make. I'm not really a great cook but I can do it , I serve it to my fiancé who is an excellent cook and he loves the soup too!

Delicious soup! Still good with half the butter and less cream. Really good cold as well.

Absolutely loved this recipe - first time I ever made soup with celery and if I say so myself it was delicious and looked like the picture.

Great recipe! I've made this many times and my husband is always asking for it. Feels rich and comforting but also fresh. The only part I skip is the straining there is kind of a granular texture from the blended celery but we don't mind it.

Great soup to use my CSA veggies

It’s a winner! Taste is better hot off the stove just after adding the cream. I didn’t strain albeit it might be better without strands of dill. More calories then I’d want. Only used half stick of butter.

I absolutely love this recipe. This has become my favorite soup! Its so tasty!! I vary the ingredients a little bit depending on what I have in my cupboard . Sometimes creme, sometimes not, but its always delicious. And quick 30 minute's start to finish.!

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As good a recipe as Jane Grigson ever published. You can find it, almost verbatim, in the celery chapter of *Good Things*, which I recommend to your attention.

Fabulous soup. I was happy to've been able to use up a huge amount of extra celery and a couple of leftover potato stragglers in my bin. I did caramelize the onion a bit, added some garlic and subbed in a bit of white wine for some of the stock. I fully intended to stir in a bit of cream at the end, but after it was all whizzed together, it was quite literally so incredibly delicious and decadent, it didn't need it. Will be making it often, thanks.

Super good—a great way to use a head of celery after using one stalk for another recipe. But I do some modifications: - No dill - No straining - No cream - Add greens - Add dollop of creme fresh or greek yogurt at the end

Hints and Tips for How to Cook Braised Celery

  • To make this a no-waste dish, I usually throw the celery root and parsley stalks into the freezer and add them the next time I make soups or stocks.
  • I like the taste of the mix of olive oil and butter in this dish, but it works equally well with one or the other.
  • You want a good rounded fully flavoured stock for this dish. Vegetable is a classic. Equally, if you eat meat chicken stock will work just as well in this braised celery recipe. I make it a bit stronger than usual, so there is less to reduce at the end of cooking.
  • You can add a good glug of white wine and reduce the volume of stock.
  • Make this more substantial by adding in a handful of frozen peas when reducing the stock at the end of cooking.
  • Swap the herbs around depending what else you are serving – I love the classic simple parsley, but woody aromatic herbs like thyme or oregano would work well with tomato based dishes.
  • You can make this ahead – keep in the fridge for a couple of days and then reheat to serve.
  • Leftovers can be frozen and added to your next pot of soup.

Celery and stilton soup

Make the most of any cheesy leftovers languishing in the fridge with this velvety soup. You’ll need a wedge of stilton, a bunch of celery, and a healthy glug of cream for this decadent recipe.

White wine and cream braised celery

Check out our super-simple braised celery idea. This easy recipe elevates the humble celery stick to something really special, plus it makes for an ideal dinner party side dish.

Potato, celery and mustard salad

This easy recipe for potato, celery and mustard salad is easy to make, vegetarian-friendly and feeds a crowd. It’s ideal for a no-fuss, crowd-pleasing side dish.

Kohlrabi and celery remoulade

Kohlrabi and celery make a fantastic remoulade, which is usually made with celeriac, but works a treat here and goes particularly well with smoked salmon.

Khoresht karafs (celery stew)

Reflecting the food of Tehran’s hole-in-the-wall kabab houses, Berenjak restaurant’s convivial cooking is ideal for recreating at home. Try this vibrant lamb and celery stew as part of a mezze feast.

Braised celery

If you love raw celery, then why not try this easy side dish of celery slow-cooked in chicken stock as an accompaniment to roast chicken.

Raw cream of celery soup recipe

Raw cream of celery soup recipes, similar to my other soup recipes (raw tomato soup and raw corn chowder) are so darn simple and a great add-on to a somewhat smaller raw vegan lunch or dinner.

I like this raw cream of celery soup recipe when I want something light and creamy at the same time. Raw soups actually make great snacks, too (especially once you get the hang of making them, you can throw them together super quick, like, 5 mins!)!

I can't really think of any major tips to give you. Just make sure that you blend this recipe up for a very long time so that it gets very blended and so that it warms up, as well. This raw cream of celery soup recipe makes enough for one big bowl or two very small appetizer cups.

Because celery can be stringy you'll definitely want to make sure that you use a high-speed blender for this raw celery soup concoction.

Cream of celery soup is close to my heart because apparently my mom ate nothing but cream of celery soup when she was pregnant with me!

Cream of Celery Soup


  • 3 tablespoons butter, divided into 2 Tbsp and 1 Tbsp
  • 1 cup chopped onion
  • 1 1/2 cups sliced leeks, white and light green parts only
  • 1 large bunch or 2 small bunches celery (5 cups chopped for the soup, 1 1/2 cups diced for the topping)
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 4 cups chicken stock
  • 1/2 teaspoon to 1 1/2 teaspoons of salt, to taste
  • 1/4 to 1/3 cup of cream
  • Freshly ground black pepper to taste
  • Fresh chopped chives or parsley for garnish


Melt 2 tablespoons butter in a thick-bottomed 4 to 5 quart pot on medium heat. Add the diced onion, the leeks, and 5 cups of the chopped celery.

Cook on medium heat for 10 minutes until softened. Add the minced garlic and cook for a minute more.

Add the chicken stock and bay leaves to the pot. Taste for salt and add salt. (If you are using unsalted butter and unsalted stock, you will need to add more salt than you expect, if not, maybe just a little salt will be needed.)

Increase heat to bring to a boil, reduce heat to low and cover to maintain a simmer. Simmer for 15 minutes.

While the soup is simmering, prepare the extra celery that will be added later to the soup. In a separate small sauté pan, melt 1 tablespoon of butter on medium heat. Add 1 1/2 cups diced celery to the butter.

Ladle 1/2 cup of the simmering stock from the soup pot into the sauté pan. Simmer on low for 5 or 6 minutes to soften the celery. Set aside.

Remove the soup pot from heat, let cool slightly. Remove and discard the bay leaves. Working in batches, purée the soup in a blender, filling the blender no more than a third full at a time (keep your hand on the lid so the hot liquid doesn't explode). Return the puréed soup to the pot.

Taste for salt and add more if needed. Sprinkle with freshly ground black pepper and chopped chives or parsley to serve.

How to make the best celery juice recipe

Let’s just get this over with and declare 2019 the year of celery juice.

Ever since it reared its head into the collective wellness consciousness, in no small part thanks to Gwyneth, the hype has been real. All celery juice this, and celery juice that.

What is celery juice?

Like it says on the tin, celery juice is just that: plain, fresh, straight celery juice.

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What are the benefits of celery juice?

According to this guy, a self-proclaimed "Medical Medium", celery juice is “one of the most powerful healing juices available to us”, and “the very best way to start your day”.

He advises drinking 450ml every morning first thing on an empty stomach, then waiting about 15 to 30 minutes before consume anything else. You can start with a smaller amount and increase.

So by this point, you might be thinking it’s worth giving the stuff a whirl. let&aposs get down to the nitty gritty.

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How do I make celery juice?

There are two ways you can make celery juice.

The simplest way is by using a juicer: take one large bunch of celery, wash it and put it through the juicer. That’s it!

For those without a juicer, you can also try the 𠆋lend & strain’ approach, which means chopping celery, blending it in a high-speed blender until smooth, straining it - either through a fine mesh strainer, a cheesecloth or a nutmilk bag - and there you go.

We won’t lie to you - it’s not the most pleasant tasting green juice we’ve ever had. Although, it’s worth noting that the leaves are more bitter, so you might want to avoid using them.

However, if you still find the taste too strong, you can also juice either a cucumber or a green apple with the celery to mask the taste (but it is worth noting that this allegedly doesn’t carry the same health benefits as drinking it straight).

You can also add one tablespoon of fresh lemon juice and a pinch of salt.

How to make celery soup recipe (Step by Step Photos):

1) Heat the 1 tablespoon of oil in a saucepan on medium heat. Once hot add onion and garlic.

2) Sprinkle little salt to speed up the process.

3) Cook till onions becomes light brown in color.

4) Now add all purpose flour.

5) Mix and cook for a minute or till the flour’s raw edge is gone.

6) Now add potato and celery.

8) Add cilantro and celery leaves. Also add salt.
9) Bring it to a boil

10) and simmer for 15-20 minutes or till the potatoes and celery are cooked and soft. Let it cool down slightly

11) While it is cooling, let’s make the topping. Heat 1 teaspoon of oil in a pan on medium heat. Once hot add chopped celery.

12) And saute with stirring frequently till it gets slightly brown and crisp up. Remove it to a plate or bowl and keep it aside.

13) Now the soup mixture is cooled slightly, using immersion blender, make smooth puree. Or use blender. If it is too thick then you can little more water or stock at this moment.

14) Turn the heat back to medium. Add milk and mix.

15) Add black pepper powder and bring it to a boil. Taste and adjust the salt and pepper as needed.

16) Lastly add crisp celery.

Remove this celery and potato soup into a bowl. Top with more crispy celery topping and serve.

Serving suggestion: Serve this celery and potato soup as a light meal along with a piece of toast, baguette, garlic bread or chilli cheese toast. It can be served as starter in little portion and top with croutons.

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Serving in this recipe: 1

Calories: 48.5
Total Fat: 0.5 g 0.8%
Saturated Fat: 0.1 g 0.6%
Cholesterol: 0 mg 0%
Sodium: 244.8 mg 10.2%
Total Carbs: 9 g 3%
Dietary Fiber: 4.8 g 19.4%
Sugar: 4.1 g
Protein: 2.1 g 4.2%
Vitamin A: 4.4% Vitamin C: 15.7%
Calcium: 13.3% Iron: 3.4%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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