If you have never heard of wild ramps before, then you have been missing out! Also know as wild leeks, they are popular spring edible throughout Appalachia with a cult-like following. I’ve put together a list of the best recipes using ramps to inspire you to enjoy them in your kitchen!
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These Ham & Cheddar Scones with Wild Ramps are the perfect Spring treat. Filled with leftover Easter ham and fresh picked wild leeks (aka Ramps), these scones are perfect for anytime of the day.
My Venison Stir-Fry with Wild Ramps is the perfect way to transform simple ingredients into a delicious Chinese take-out style meal at home! If you don’t have a freezer full of venison (like us) or freshly foraged wild ramps – Don’t worry! You can also make this dish with beef and scallions/green onions and it will be just as delicious!
A delicious way to celebrate spring, my Crispy Chicken Thighs with Morel Mushrooms & Wild Ramps is a meal that your whole family will enjoy!
This Easy Thick Beef Stew Recipe is the perfect comfort food for a cold night. Instructions included for Stove Top, Oven, Slow Cooker and Pressure Cooker.
These hashbrowns are the perfect way to use up your Chicken of the Woods mushrooms after a big mushroom hunting trip in the woods! This vegetarian and vegan friendly recipe is good for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Never again will you have to buy ham salad from the deli! Let me teach you how to easily make The Best Ham Salad Sandwich Recipe from scratch, using only 3 ingredients!
My Wild and Wonderful Ramp Chowder is the perfect way to celebrate Ramp Season! Paired with cheddar cheese and heavy cream the delicious wild leek flavor is exceptional in this soup. Gluten-Free with vegetarian, dairy-free options included.
A full meal in a bowl, My Potato Chowder with Corn and Bacon is a meal the whole family will enjoy. Perfect for using fresh sweet corn or can be made with frozen corn kernels if it’s more convenient.
One of our favorite ways to enjoy fall is with lots of Breaded Maitake Mushrooms. A splurge-worthy treat that’s naturally gluten-free, your whole family will beg for more!
This simple, yet delicious recipe makes use of a delicious and uncommon springtime mushroom. Try adding fried morel mushrooms to a salad or using them as a topping on grilled steak.