Hop Shoots in Butter

I have read about it last year, but it was to late to forage, this year I remembered to collect young hop shoots and I made hop shoots in butter and garlic. I steamed it first and then sauteed on frying pan. Recipe is easy, while the main ingredient is not so obvious. One can associate hops with beer production, but with delicious dish? Never!

Hop shoots for me taste a little bit like asparagus and a bit like string beans, I would say something between them. They even look like asparagus and can be served the same way. You may try them with white sauce like the one in this recipe.

Hop Shoots in Butter served on the plate
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May Stinging Nettle

May stringing nettle discourages from collecting – its stinging hairs on the leaves and stems cause itching after contact with this plant.

Although it is really worth the effort – it has a great influence on health: it’s rich in vitamins A, C, K1, B and minerals: iron, potassium, manganese and calcium, it has also cleansing effect on the body and helps digestion.

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