Wood Sorrel Leaf
This edible weed can be found mainly in North America, spotted by its yellow flowers and heart-shaped leaves. The leaves open during the day and fold to a close at night. Blooms from spring to autumn. This wild weed is known for its sour flavor. Other uses include medicinal purposes and thirst quenching.
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Flavor ideas and pairings:
lemon, fish, chicken, seafood, sugar, orange peel, salmon, cauliflower, spinach, peach, onion, garlic, potato, European Recipes:
- Wood Sorrel and Onion Tart Recipe
- Real Food - Foraging and Cooking With Wild Sorrel
- Sorrel, Wood
- Potato, Leek, and Sorrel Pesto Pizza
- Salmon in Sorrel Sauce
- Butter-Braised Radishes with Sorrel
- Cauliflower and Sorrel Soup
- White Peach + Sorrel Salad with honey/balsalmic vinaigrette, not for sharing with dogs!