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dandelion green recipes?

Lady_Tenar | Apr 14, 201203:33 PM     23

I bought a bunch of them at a farmer's market last summer, did my standard saute with olive oil, garlic, and lemon, and just found them to be overwhelmingly bitter. And I am not a wimp about bitter greens! I loooove broccoli rabe. But this was just a little over-the-top.

Still, I hate to give up on any food, and I like to eat as wide a variety of vegetables as possible so I just bought another bunch and want to give it another go. I was thinking of using strongly flavored ingredients (anchovy, chili flake) to cut the bitterness a little, like I do with broccoli rabe but any other ideas would be appreciated. What do you do with these things?

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