Garlic Top Greens
One of the things I grow is garlic. The green tops of garlic (they grow like green onions) have a wonderful flavor to them and are healthy. If you let them grow long and thick they become a little hot and spicy. If you cut them when they are young and tender they have a milder flavor of garlic.
I use the garlic green tops in so many recipes. These are just some of the ways I use them.
- 1 stick
- organic butter
- cloves of garlic
- green stocks of garlic
- 2 Tbsp
- good organic green olive oil
- parmesan cheese, for sprinkling on the bread, noodles, potatoes, rice and salads
I use the garlic green butter for noodles, potatoes, rice or a spread on fowl, beef, pork, lamb, veal or fish. I use the greens in Quiches or a vegetable pie.
Just remember the recipe I posted is for garlic green butter, and the parm is for using on garlic bread and sprinkling on other recipes.
Forgot to mention it is wonderful in bread too. Just make your favortie bread dough, white or rye or whole wheat and add some finely chopped garlic greens to the dough.