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Anyone ever heard of erbeta (in Turkish)? It’s my experiment of the week :) the leaves look crispy and fresh, how would you prepare it?
Posted on November 14, 2013 at 3:20 pm in Amsterdam, Food, Leisure | RSS feed
Don’t know it, it looks a bit like blitva so I guess I would make it with potatoes and garlic :)
The funny thing is, when I Google it, I arrive at my own blogpost :)
Either make it like you would make swiss chard (boil it in water, and if the stems are too hard for your taste, don’t use them), or you can stuff them, like you would normally do with cabbage rolls . Here’s a recipe for that http://easteuropeanfood.about.com/od/holidaysfestivals/r/sarma.htm
and, here is what I think it is:
(if it is sorrel, than do the recipe ;-) )
Thank you so much! It looks like it could be sorrel indeed. I tried a piece raw and it tastes a bit like bitter spinach. The stems are not too hard at all, will eat those too.
Now i know what it is, i found some interesting recipes: http://www.thekitchn.com/got-sorrel-10-colorful-spring-recipes-170262
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