Tag: wild food recipes

Spiny Amaranth Frittata

INTRODUCTION Enjoy this egg dish with breakfast, brunch, or anytime.  It’s less dense than an omelet, yet more elegant than scrambled eggs…and packed with wild nutrition! INGREDIENTS 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 cups Amaranth 1/2 cup chopped onion 1/2 cup chopped mushrooms 1 clove garlic 1/2 cup chopped tomatoes 1/2 cup milk or almond milk …

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Pickled Ginger Rice Salad

INTRODUCTION Have extra day old left over rice? Looking for an easy delicious gluten-free, dairy-free side dish? Pickled Ginger Rice Salad is a go-to side and is extremely customizable. Created by Chef Jana McMahon of Jana Eats at https://janaeats.com/. Prep Time  5 minutes Servings  4 INGREDIENTS 4 cups cooked white rice, can substitute brown rice 1 …

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Kahili Flower Syrup

INTRODUCTION Dried Kahili flowers have such a unique savoriness which balances magically with the sweetness of the syrup. Chef Krista Garcia used this syrup with a Malama Farms Pork Belly and Lapa’au Farms parsnip purée. She recommends using a sugar that still contains molasses for both flavor and color. The syrup can be used in …

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Spiny Amaranth Ranch Spice Rub

Introduction This is one of Savage Kitchen’s favorite recipes! It’s a versatile seasoning that can be mixed into dips, sprinkled on salads, or added to soups. Recipe by Chef Robert Ramshur. Ingredients 1/2 cup Dried Spiny Amaranth Greens 1/3 cup dry powdered buttermilk (Optional; powdered goats milk, etc.) 1 1/2 tsp dried dill weed 2 …

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Dried Spiny Amaranth Greens

INTRODUCTION Dehydrating Spiny Amaranth greens is a great way to preserve the wild nutrition for later use. Add the powdered or flaked/crushed greens to smoothies, sauces, soups, rice – anything that needs a little extra green goodness! INGREDIENTS Fresh wild Amaranth greens Step 1 Wash greens. Spread greens into a single layer on racks inside …

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Haole koa (Leucaena leucocephala)

Haole Koa is native to southern Mexico, Central America, and northern South America. It is an aggressive colonizer and nearly everyone living in Hawaiʻi has Haole Koa growing nearby, as well as many people living in tropical and subtropical locations around the globe. Leucaena leucocephala is its scientific name, and it is also known as …

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How to Haole Koa Flower Buds

INTRODUCTION Watch THIS VIDEO for a visual tutorial on harvesting and water soaking haole koa flower buds. STEP 1 Harvest unopened flower buds. There should be no small white flowers opening, or that look like they will open. STEP 2 Rinse them. STEP 3 Put into a bowl or container of some kind with water. STEP 4 …

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