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Fiddleheads

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Anybody have any good recipes for fiddleheads? 

post #2 of 7

Salt Pepper - a little olive oil or butter and some high heat.

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post #3 of 7

Back home in Hawaii, we would go into the rain forest to collect fiddle-heads and wood-ear mushrooms, bring them home and do a simple stir fry, loads of garlic, some chili oil and maybe some thin strips of pork, but mostly vegetarian

post #4 of 7
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Thanks. Ending up boiling for a few minutes, then sauteed with garlic, olive oil, salt, pepper. Served with some fresh lemon juice. They were very tasty. 

post #5 of 7

lovely, any snapshots Gaucho?

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Sorry, no snapshots. Full meal was a london broiled flank steak with a coffee/chili rub, fried pancetta, marinated mushrooms (in a vinaigrette), and the fiddleheads. Served with a tempranillo. I'll get a snapshot next time. I did post a picture of the my first bread that I also made with the meal. Had some nice wheyside cheese post entree before a lemon sorbet.  

post #7 of 7

My suggestion is similar to Michael's - except a friend from New Hampshire (ironically named Michael) told me he uses a splash of vinegar so that's how I make them.  I use apple cider vinegar but I'm sure red wine vinegar would work too.  I wish the season for fiddleheads was not 15 minutes long!

 

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