A fitting recipe for National Garlic Day.

19 Apr

Happy Garlic Day to all the foodies out there!!

Brecon Beacons Tourism Blog

A very happy garlic day to all!

Easy to grow, available in the Spring (usually April – June, depending on which country you are in) and downright delicious, we’re true believers that good old Allium Sativum (garlic to you and me) deserves a whole day of celebration unto itself.

And to show our appreciation for the brilliant bulb, here’s a gorgeously simple recipe for wild garlic pesto courtesy of the author of the Hedgerow Handbook and all-round Brecon Beacons foraging guru Adele Nozedar…

200g ramsons leaves **don’t use the ‘bulbs’ as you would with normal garlic: a) we want them to grow again next year and b) they are teeny anyway

200g leaves of any other fresh herb (the coolness of ground elder works well against the pokiness of the ramsons)

200g finely grated hard cheese

200g hazelnuts, coarsely crushed

Dash of sea salt

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Wash and dry the leaves…

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