Have you been thinking about giving sorrel a try? These sorrel recipes will inspire new creations and culinary sensations.
Sorrel has been growing in popularity over the years. One bite, and you’ll see why.
It’s a nutrient-dense perennial that you can use like an herb or leafy green. It has a distinct lemon flavor that’s tart and bright.
So it’s a natural choice to enhance a wide variety of dishes.
Flavor aside, it’s also brimming with a wide range of nutrients. Vitamin C, iron, and calcium to name a few.
If you’re feeling a little wild with your cooking, give these sensational sorrel recipes a try.
Who doesn’t like pizza? As a universal favorite, there’s no better way to introduce you to sorrel than as a pizza topping.
This wild specialty is a forager’s dream. The toppings include not only sorrel but nettles and chives, too.
When you cook it on the grill, you also get the perfect crust.
This hummus is one sneaky devil! It ramps up the nutrition while getting you to happily eat your greens.
The intense lemon flavor of sorrel is the perfect match.
While hummus is traditionally made with chickpeas, the white beans make it super velvety.
Grab some veggie sticks because you won’t want to miss out on this dip.
Soups aren’t just for winter, they’re for summer too.
So when you need nourishment after an activity-filled day, throw on a pot of sorrel soup.
Sorrel replaces greens like spinach and chard.
Meanwhile, garlic, onions, potatoes, carrots, and boiled eggs revitalize your body.
Are you looking for a new easy chicken thigh recipe? Grab a baking dish and let’s get started.
This savory rustic dinner is minimalistic and comforting.
Aside from sorrel and garlic stalks, all you need are olive oil, salt, and pepper.
If you don’t have garlic stalks, you can use cloves instead.
Pair this with roasted root veggies or white rice for a full meal.
Try out your culinary skills with this restaurant-quality risotto.
This classy seafood dish has a sensational combination of ingredients.
Sorrel, mussels, and garlic scapes are the main highlights. Of course, so is the decadent arborio rice.
Cooking mussels and risotto can be a bit intimidating. Especially when you add a new ingredient like sorrel.
But don’t worry, this recipe has everything you need.
If you want to try sorrel but aren’t feeling adventurous, go with quiche.
Quiche is a safe bet that’s crowd-pleasing. It’s also very spring forward with the addition of spinach, chives, and leeks.
Add feta to the mix and it’s a masterpiece.
So don’t keep it all for yourself. Bring it to your next potluck or brunch for sharing.
Everything tastes better with a little pesto.
This nut-free pesto skips the basil entirely for sorrel. It adds an extra lemon layer that goes great with sunflower seeds.
Toss it all together with roasted Romanesco, kale, and chickpeas for a farmer’s market feast.
It’s a vibrant medley of roughage that boosts your immunity.
So it’s a great choice when you need a big bowl of detoxifying greens.
When uncertain, toss sorrel in a smoothie.
Sorrel will give your morning beverage a boost of antioxidants.
It also has a complementary lemon flavor to go with bananas, nut milk, and dates.
And don’t sell yourself short on the flaxseed and chia seeds. These little powerhouses of energy do the body good.
Spread the sorrel love by adding it to puff pastry.
You can never have too many puff pastry appetizers to whip up for a party. And these tarts scream shareable bites.
Every slice is flaky, buttery goodness with asparagus and a creamy sorrel spread on top.
I’ll bet you’ve never had an omelet like this!
The cherry tomatoes and seaweed are standard.
But then it gets inventive with seaweed, sorrel, and seaweed bacon.
The next time you’re feeling venturesome with your breakfast, give it a try. It’s tart, savory, umami, and incredibly healthy.
If you’re into foraging and fishing, you’ll appreciate this dish.
The fresh catch of the day features a rich and creamy sorrel sauce.
Cooking the sorrel tones it down a bit, while still giving the sauce plenty of bite.
With simple steps and few ingredients, it’s one seafood dinner anyone can make.
Sorrel is sometimes called a lemonade leaf for its tart punch. So if you’re looking for an invigorating salad, you’ll find it here.
Basil, roasted sweet potato, cherry tomatoes, and avocado help to mellow it out.
For the dressing, skip the lemon juice. Use vinegar, olive oil, mustard, and honey instead.
This is not your grandmother’s potato salad.
Sure, it’s creamy and loaded with spuds. The difference is it has cucumber and sorrel.
From sour to sweet and everything in between, it has a wide contrast of flavors for so few ingredients.
Zupa Szczawiowa is a Polish soup that’s popular in the spring. This is not surprising considering sorrel is in season.
Rich in vitamins and minerals, this heart-warming soup will revitalize your mind, body, and soul.
The sorrel is invigorating and the root veggies are nourishing.
Andhra gongura pappu is a type of dal featuring sorrel leaves.
It’s tangy, earthy, and packed with spices. It’s also got a kick of fire from green chili and red chili powder.
Warm up a slice of flatbread and prepare it for dipping. You’ll want to sop up every last bite.
You’ve probably had kale chips before. But have you tried sorrel chips?
These crispy chips are healthy bites you can munch on until your heart’s content.
All you need are three ingredients and 25 minutes.
Vegan and gluten-free, sorrel chips are a smart snack.
There are two reasons to love this dish. First, it’s nutritious. Second, it’s affordable.
Okay, there’s a third. It’s super tasty!
Earthy lentils, waxy potatoes, and tart sorrel meld with a turmeric parsley vinaigrette.
It’s a humble dish that saves you money and it’s plant-based.
If your garden has a high yield of sorrel, savor it with a classic French sauce.
Tart, lemon, and creamy, it’s surprisingly a well-balanced sauce.
Drizzle it on eggs Benedict, pour it over meats, or try it with roasted potatoes.
It’s guaranteed to add a burst of flavor to any dish.
This pâté will have all your guests asking, “What’s that?”
Savory, smoky, creamy, and bright, this rustic spread has a wonderful flavor. And it uses so few ingredients.
Trader Joe’s tends to have a good deal on canned smoked mackerel.
You can also try this with smoked trout if you can’t get your hands on some.
Either way, it will have everyone raving about sorrel.
Watch out basil, sorrel is in the house!
If you really want to make pesto pop, add sorrel. The pungent, tart lemon-flavored leaves give it quite the kick.
To keep it in check, you’ll still want to use basil. For a salty umami twist, use anchovies too.
Then take that glowing pesto and smother the malloreddus. It’s a type of Sardinian gnocchi that’s like little pillows of heaven.
With so much flavor in the pesto, you don’t need anything else to go with it.
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