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Tony’s Foraged Wood Sorrel Tarts

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Adjust Servings:
6 Handfuls Wood Sorrel It shrinks in cooking
300ml Whipping Cream
1Tbsp Sugar Add more or less to your taste
1 knob Butter
6 Precooked Tart Bases Told you it was easy
for Decoration Berries

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Tony’s Foraged Wood Sorrel Tarts

Another Easy Foraging Recipe From Expert Scout Tony

    • 20
    • Serves 6
    • Medium




    Wood Sorrel is one of my favourite foraged herbs. It’s abundant in the forests of Ireland. Easy to identify, it’s a nice “beginner wild food”. It has the unmistakeable flavour of a tart green apple skin. Because of that, you can add a little sugar to this recipe to sweeten it up. Wild food UK has some pretty good tips for identifying Wood Sorrel.

    The leaves, flowers and stems are edible.

    This Wood Sorrel Tart recipe is very simple to make. I used last year’s frozen berries to top off the tarts.

    This is the second Foraging Recipe in a series from Tony Smith. The first, Tony’s Wild Garlic Mayo is also worth checking out!


    When foraging for wild food, you must be able to correctly identify what you are picking, otherwise you should not eat it. Never eat any wild food without multiple sources of positive identification. Do not eat any wild plants or mushrooms just from viewing this website. SOME WILD PLANTS AND MUSHROOMS IN THE UK AND IRELAND ARE DEADLY POISONOUS. You use the content in this website at your own risk.

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    Gently fry the wood sorrel with a little butter until pureed.


    Add a little sugar to taste and mix with some cream, then allow to cool.


    Spoon into the tart bases, decorate with some fruit and serve.

    Tony Smith

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