Tag: Dandelion

by Forager Hannah Ingredients: 250g cup chickpea (gram) flour 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast 2 teaspoons lacto-fermented wild garlic  (or 1 teaspoon garlic powder) 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon sea salt  A couple of springs of wild marjoram or thyme  (or other herbs of choice)   375ml water 1 onion (or…

Dandelion Root Coffee Cake This cake is a classic for me, the roasted dandelion root imparts everything that’s brilliant about it – it doesn’t ave the acidity of regular coffee and therefore isn’t over powering as a flavour, however it has a reminiscent flavour of chocolate without having to put…

Dandelion Flower Wine This wine has been compared to tasting like the bliss of sunshine itself, it has a sweet, almost honey-like flavour that goes down so smoothly you need to keep a check on how much you’ve had. It’s key that all your equipment is thoroughly clean To make…

Dandelion Flower Jam This zest and zingy marmalade has a flavour reminiscent of an apricot jam – it looks fabulous with dandelion petals suspended throughout and can be used straight on toast and scones or enjoyed in a more exotic manor by mixing with soy sauce and enjoying as a…

Wild Leaf Salad Realistically any mixture of wild edibles can be chucked in to a bowl and when dressed with tasty vinaigrette, something warm like wilted nettles and wild garlic and something crunchy like croutons or fried bacon and it will taste just delightful. Some of the ingredients mentioned below…

Some people also call this Sweet Chestnut Jam – but in my head jams are often fruity and this recipe reminds me more of a Nutella style spread. If you’re looking for something with a little less sugar why not check out our Sweet Chesnut butter recipe here. This Spread…

This risotto recipe is full flavoured, creamy and delicious. The best thing about this recipe is that you can add whatever wild ingredients you find to flavour it – meaning it will reflect the place you forage from and ingredients you can pick easily. Think chopped dandelion leaves, a sprig…

Dandelion Root Roasted Coffee Roasted Dandelion root doesn’t have to be described as a coffee substitute as it has many of its own unique qualities which you just don’t get from coffee. Firstly its caffeine free, it doesn’t have that acidic after taste you get from coffee and it also…

X
X