How about a delicious recipe with caper buds? These small, salty buds add a delicious touch to many dishes and I have an easy recipe for you to try Bear’s garlic is a delicious ingredient that is often used in spring cooking. But what happens when the season is over and you still want to enjoy wild garlic? A great way to make wild garlic last longer is to use wild garlic buds. In this recipe I show you how to pickle wild garlic buds in vinegar. This will keep them for several months and you can use them as a garnish or ingredient in various dishes. So, let’s get started and see how easy it is to preserve wild garlic buds!
Wild garlic capers
Makes 4 jars of 125 ml each:
120 g wild garlic buds
250 ml herb vinegar
40 g sugar
1 tsp salt
- Wash the wild garlic buds, pat them dry and distribute them evenly over the glasses.
- Boil the herb vinegar with sugar, salt and peppercorns for a few minutes and then divide evenly between the jars. Close the jars immediately.
- Leave the jars in a cool place for about 2-3 weeks, then the wild garlic capers are ready to eat.
Wild garlic capers go well on a starter plate, on a sandwich, as an addition to a herb curd or in other variations as a decorative eye-catcher.