Sorrel leaves may be added to soup and sauce recipes, or eaten on their own in salads. Sorrel has a sharp, slightly sour taste somewhat like kiwifruit.
This salad looks great served in the avocado halves and would also be a delicious sandwich filling.
Crisp, crunchy iceberg lettuce with creamy yoghurt and prawns make an ideal combination for a summertime salad.
The salad greens used in this recipe—curly endive and witlof—have a slightly bitter taste that is complemented by the peppery heat of the radishes and the cream cheese dressing.
If you make your own pasta, try this amazing pumpkin ravioli with a hazelnut cream sauce flavoured with sorrel.
Sorrel is a strong peppery green and adds a great flavour to soups. This soup is filling because of the rice. Adjust quantities of sorrel, stock and cream if you want.
Sorrel has a bright taste, slightly sour, which makes it very refreshing in a pork rib soup. Serve with buttered bread.
Sorrel, sometimes called dock spinach, is a delicious wild herb with a taste a bit like kiwifruit. It makes a refreshing soup.