Fiddlehead ferns for dinner

IMG_0191We first ate fiddleheads in Japan, in Kyoto, in a spring tempura dish. We were charmed not only by its visual on the plate, but also by its fresh spring taste.

Tonight, to accompany our omelette, we sauteed some garlic, onion, king trumpet mushrooms, kale, and fiddlehead ferns (which I gathered from the garden). Heaven. I even have a bit left over for lunch tomorrow.

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2 Responses to Fiddlehead ferns for dinner

  1. anvilcrow says:

    And
    Soon
    DaylilyBuds
    Will
    Join
    Our
    Meals

    ( also in that Japanese meal)

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