Spring is here and is my favorite time of the year. I get to eat wild garlic and stinging nettles. Yummy!
This is the recipe I love the most in this period of time.
- 1 roll of puff pastry (375g)
- 500g fresh stinging nettles and wild green garlic
- 2 eggs
- 150ml milk (coconut milk for vegetarians)
- ½ teaspoon nutmeg
- Salt and pepper
Preheat oven to 220°C/ (200°C for fan assisted ovens). Place a baking sheet in the tray. Put the puff pastry on top of the baking sheet and baked for 10 minutes.
Put the stinging nettles and the wild green garlic in a kitchen robot and add the eggs, milk, nutmeg, salt and pepper and mixed just a little, so all ingredients come together.
Take the pastry out and press it in the middle if is swollen. Put the green mix on top of the pastry and baked for another 15 minutes.
Serve it hot or cold. Enjoy!
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wow great recipe this looks amazing
Looks yummy! I used nettles in a creamy soup last spring and they were so tasty. If I can find any again this year, I’ll give your recipe a whirl.
I made nettle risotto for the first time last week and it was so delicate I’ll make it again. This looks amazing.
Mmm. I was thinking about looking for some dandelion greens. 🙂
I love making nettle soup; my revenge for all the times I’ve been stung!
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Interesting… this gives me an idea for the garlic I have.
Oh, now I know how this plant is called in English:). Wartime recipes …
What does stinging nettles taste like? I imagine it’s peppery though I’ve never tried it.
Can you make a pesto with it?
A little like spinach.
cool eating utensil!
This gives me all the spring feels!!!
I am writing to thank you for reading an article on my blog. But I am really enjoying yours and so are my taste buds!! wow! Some of these recipes I might try, even though I distrust myself in the kitchen. thank you for this blog
Wow yummy looks good