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Wild Garlic Recipes

Wild garlic season recipes category

Wild garlic recipes from Bavarian chef Thomas Sixt. Recipes with wild garlic to cook yourself.

Wild garlic recipes and a little story…The bear’s garlic is a wonderful wild herb.

At the edges of light woods it often smells of garlic in spring. This is the bear’s garlic, which tastes almost like garlic.

The bear’s garlic season begins in March and lasts until May.

At best, pick the leaves before flowering and use them quickly in the kitchen.

Please be careful not to confuse wild garlic with the optically similar lily of the valley leaves.

Lily of the valley leaves are poisonous and do not smell of garlic!

Bear’s Garlic is Healthy – Wild Garlic effect on Health!

The bear’s garlic is said to have many positive properties. Legend has it that the prehistoric man observed the bear eating wild garlic after hibernation and cleverly deduced that it must be an edible and healthy herb.

  • Wild garlic has a digestive effect, as much has been proven today.
  • Wild garlic is excellently suited for a purification cure in spring.
  • The bear’s  garlic brings the digestion into balance, juices and cinders in motion.
  • With chronic skin diseases the bear’s garlic should bring about an improvement.
  • Natural healers say that bear’s garlic has a blood-cleansing effect.

Every year I am happy about the fresh wild garlic in the kitchen. The young leaves taste fine cut on a butter bread, bear’s garlic refines vegetable soups and salads suitably to the season.

The simplest wild garlic recipe is a wild garlic bread: Wash wild garlic, cut finely, sprinkle on a butter bread and serve.

The wild garlic pesto and the wild garlic soup please the eye. Properly prepared, the soup comes to the table in a lovely green colour.

Connoisseurs like the light and exquisite garlic taste.

Have fun trying out the following bear’s garlic recipes and good luck! 

…find here all Thomas Sixt recipes

Recipes for Wild Garlic and Bear´s Garlic

OTHER LANGUAGES: German