do it yourself quickly and easily – this is how it works

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Of: Maria Dirschauer


Wild garlic is one of the main herbs of spring: The little aroma miracle can be used in many ways in cooking. You can also conjure up a tasty butter with it.

As soon as spring beckons with the first warm days, wild garlic fans will get their money back. Wild garlic is in season from mid-March and tastes good as a seasoning, processed into pesto or soup *. Step one for cooking with wild garlic is: collect leaves. You should be careful not to confuse wild garlic with the similar look but poisonous lily of the valley or autumn crocus. Follow these tips on how to really recognize wild garlic. If you are lucky enough to be in possession of many wild garlic leaves, it can be delicious Recipe for wild garlic butter walk. This is guaranteed to make your loved ones happy.

Wild garlic butter, for example, tastes delicious on a slice of bread. © imageBROKER / O. Diez / Image

Make wild garlic butter yourself: You need these ingredients

Servings: for 1 glass of wild garlic butter
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: easy
  • 10 wild garlic leaves
  • 1 shallot
  • 250 g soft butter
  • salt and pepper

So you just need three ingredients plus spices. You also need a hand mixer, a bowl and a mixer for the preparation. Then you can start!

Recipe: Make wild garlic butter yourself quickly and easily

  1. Wash first and shake the wild garlic dry. Cut off the stem ends and chop the leaves roughly.
  2. Peel and dice the shallots – with these tricks it goes without tears.
  3. In a bowl, cream the butter with a whisk on a hand mixer. Turn the chopped wild garlic leaves over and mix the mixture finely with the hand mixer.
  4. Now turn down the shallots and season with salt and pepper.
  5. Pour the finished wild garlic butter into a container (eg a mason jar with a screw cap) and refrigerate.

The wild garlic butter tastes great as a spread on bread and rolls or as an alternative to meat with herb butter. Try the season’s first barbecue!

Freeze wild garlic butter: Like this

You can prepare large amounts of wild garlic butter and then partially freeze them. To do this, put the finished herb butter in ice cube trays and freeze them. It can be stored in the freezer for about 6 months. If necessary, just take it out and let it thaw. (crazy) * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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