Sorrel


Sorrel is a perennial herb, although it is often used more like a leafy green, with a tart lemony flavor. Sorrel can be eaten raw in salads or cooked in soups, stews, and sauces.

Storage: Keep sorrel in a bag in the refrigerator. Don't wash until you are ready to use.

Preparation: Sorrel is a low growing green so you want to make sure you wash it well before eating/cooking.

Fresh Sorrel Sauce for Fish

Brown Bag Salad with Crunchies

White Peach and Sorrel Salad

Spinach-Sorrel-Pumpkin Seed-Pesto

Polish Sorrel Soup

Sorrel Rice Bowls

Spring Green Frittata


Other facts: High in Vitamin C, sorrel historically was valued for its ability to prevent scurvy.

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