Wild Leek Frittata | #MealsThatHeal
20 May

Wild Leek Frittata


Wild leeks, commonly known as ramps, are quickly becoming a culinary delicacy in Canada. With a flavour best described as green onion with a strong garlic smell, ramps are used in many springtime recipes such as soup and egg dishes, or pickled and used in salads, but ramps can substitute for onion or garlic in any dish. Wild leeks are a perennial plant that grow in old woods and ravines, so if you are lucky enough to find a growth area, you can keep going back to it year after year as long as the forest stays uncut. For more info about wild leeks, click here.

12                chicken eggs or 4 goose eggs 
1/2 cup        dill, chopped 
1/2 cup        parsley, chopped 
1 cup           cherry tomatoes 
15                black olives, chopped 
1 cup           shiitake mushrooms, chopped 
2 cups         asparagus, chopped 
1-2 cups      wild leeks, chopped 
1-2 tbsp       dairy-free pesto, for recipe click here
2 tb              water 
1. Chop produce and lay in 11 by 13 glass dish.
2. Whip eggs, salt, pesto, fresh herbs, water. Pour egg mixture over the produce.
3. Bake for 40 min at 350 C.