Foraging for Wild Garlic, Identifying Wild Garlic and Wild Garlic Recipes are here…
Wild Garlic is, by far, the most exciting wild food out there.
It’s fresh, vibrant and bold in flavour and can be used in so many ways.
When it’s in season I must eat wild garlic with at least one meal, if not more, every single day, whether it’s blended into the vinaigrette for my lunch salad or sauteed with dinners potatoes.
The key for cooking wild garlic is to use it sparingly raw (like you would chives, spring onion or regular garlic cloves), or add it at the end of the cooking process – when your food is almost ready – otherwise it will loose its fantastic garlic flavour and just taste like spinach.
For example: If I want to add it in to this evenings spaghetti bolognese, I would cook the bolognese, turn the hub/heat off and then stir through the chopped wild garlic (Whilst it’s still hot but no longer cooking)
Please find our current archive of Wild Garlic recipes below.
If you have a favourite recipe that isn’t here then feel free to submit it here.
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