Braised Celery Recipe! #recipe #cooking #celery

Braised Celery!

I am not a huge fan of celery. But, I have been trying to eat it more often because I know it is good for me. I also know that I can’t make my daughter eat the healthy stuff if she see’s me push it to the side…right? So since I have had a dislike for celery since I was a child I have been trying to focus on different ways to eat it that I might actually like. That is when I came across a recipe for Braised Celery.

Celery is not a vegetable that I see cooked a lot unless it is in a soup. But, I had never thought to cook it as the main ingredient in a side dish. I was intrigued when I seen the Braised Celery recipe and I knew that I had to give it a try.





1 bundle of celery (about 10 stalks) – I chopped the whole stem

1 cup water

1 beef bullion cube

1/2 medium onion sliced

1 tbs butter

1/4 tsp garlic salt

cracked peppercorn to taste



1. Wash and chop celery.

2. Add celery, onion and butter to skillet and saute on medium high heat until celery and onion is soft. About 5 minutes.

3. Add water, bullion and garlic salt. Bring to a boil stirring often. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 5 minutes.

4. serve with cracked peppercorn!

This recipe turned out amazing. It was really easy to prepare. Thanks to this recipe I have now found a way to eat celery that I can enjoy!


Don’t forget to click the ‘Magic’ button below for Nutritional Information and Weight Watcher’s points for this recipe!


Thanks A Girl Defloured for this great idea!


  1. Cindy Brooks says:

    I often add sauteed celery to cooked dishes like rice, eggs, or a stir fry. I’ve never made it as a side dish, either, but I’ll definitely be trying this. Thanks for sharing!

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