fiddleheads

Discussion in 'Munchie Recipes' started by kitty fabulous, May 15, 2004.

  1. kitty fabulous

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    i got some fern fiddleheads at my food co-op. i was told to boil them or they'd be tough. has anyone ever tried these? i thought they might be good with mushrroms. i've got some criminis, and i figured i'd saute them with the boiled fiddleheads, with maybe some carot or onion. any other suggestions?
     
  2. Oklahoma

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    Saute them with butter and garlic. :D
     
  3. Althea

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  4. bellystar

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    mmm...they are nice boiled with a little seasoning.
     
  5. angelle

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    steaming them is the nicest way i find.. then they dont get all mushy! just add a little lemon juice and salt/pepper to flavor them.. vinegar is good too if you're into that sorta thing.
     
  6. MoonjavaSeed

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    I think you can use them in just about any recipe that calls for asparagus too. I've never had any trouble with that. :)

    Love them in stir fries. :D
     

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