Wild Garlic Omelette

Omelette d’ail des bois

Preparation info

    • Difficulty

      Easy

Appears in

Sud de France

By Caroline Conran

Published 2012

  • About

Method

On Olonzac market (held every Tuesday in this pretty village in the Minervois) a stall-holder gave me a recipe for a wild garlic omelette. You make it in the same way as a sorrel omelette (you can use wild sorrel, Rumex acetosa, oseille des prés, for that too). Simply melt the washed and shredded leaves in butter, then throw in the beaten eggs and cook your omelette in the normal way. You can also add shredded wild garlic to a tortilla.