Nettle Salad. Nõgesesalat

Spring means a lot of weed…
But I have a solution, Just eat them:)
I am not going to talk about the benefits of nettles, wood sorrel, dandelion leaves and goutweed. You can read this from Wikipedia:)

But believe me, they are healthy. The first source of vitamins in spring.

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n6gesesalat1(17)Spring means a lot of weed…
But I have a solution, Just eat them:)
I am not going to talk about the benefits of nettles, wood sorrel, dandelion leaves and goutweed. You can read this from Wikipedia 🙂

But believe me, they are healthy. The first source of vitamins in spring.

Goutweed taste like carrots and celery. Nettles are a little bit sweet. And wood sorrel is sour.
Nettles keep 1-2 minutes in the boiling water. Goutweed and wood sorrel are edible fresh.
NB! Use only young, fresh, new, small weed, growing in the pure environment.

 

Nettle Salad

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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A fresh, light, first spring Salad, full of vitamines


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Ingredients

  • weeds (nettles, wood sorrel, dandelion leaves and goutweed)
  • grated carrot
  • hard-boiled egg
  • hazelnuts, chopped
  • For sauce
  • sour cream
  • mayonnaise
  • garlic

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Directions

  1. For sauce mix sour cream and mayonnaise and season with smashed garlic
  2. tear green into the pieces, add grated carrot and boiled egg
  3. Mix together.

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One more way to use nettles. To make sauna whisks 🙂

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4 comments on “Nettle Salad. Nõgesesalat”

  1. What a beautiful salad you have managed to plate! Remember nettle and wood sorrel soups clearly from my childhood . . . don’t think salads were a big deal in Estonia way back then ! But kudos truly for your plating – unfortunately my neighbourhood is either empty of weeds or they may have been sprayed by todays’ gross chemicals . . .

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