An aromatic addition of wild herbs not only gives soups and stews a fresh taste, but also additional nutrients. Wilderness cooking offers a unique opportunity to experience nature in a new way and get to know it at its tastiest. It allows you to experience adventure and discover the culinary diversity of our forests. So, have fun gathering and preparing and enjoy the taste!
Cook a soup or stew according to your favorite recipe. Make sure it is hot just before serving.
Collect a handful of fresh wild herbs. Wild garlic, goutweed, dandelion and sorrel are just a few examples. Wash the collected wild herbs and drain them well.
Heat a tablespoon of olive oil in a pan and fry the wild herbs briefly in the pan until they wilt slightly and become fragrant.
Add the sautéed wild herbs to your hot soup or stew as an aromatic ingredient and stir them in carefully.
Season with salt and pepper to taste and enjoy your delicious soup with wild herbs!
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