Recipe: Fried sage

Appetizers with aromatic herbs
June 15, 2009


SageSage was one of my first aromatic herbs, when I had only four or five pots of them. Every year, when it's time to harvest it, I prepare this crunchy appetizer.


Fried sage

Fried sage


Ingredients
30-40 sage leaves
1 handful white flour
milk
frying oil

Directions
Sift flour into a bowl and gradually stir milk into flour. Stir the mixture until it has a smooth consistency.
Stem the sage leaves, wash and dry.
Place the leaves in the batter one by one and fry them a few at a time on both sides until golden brown.
Serve immediately.



Gnocchi skewers with almonds and sageA similar recipe:

Gnocchi skewers with almonds and sage


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Comments

Author: Elisakitty (URL)
15/06/2009

Ciao graziana!
Ho letto il tuo consiglio sulla menta glaciale.. Ne farò tesoro! Grazie mille!
Ottima la salvia fritta!


Author: Andrea (URL)
01/07/2009

I really like fried sage, it s such a tasty appetizer. Thanks for sharing it with Grow Your Own!


Author: Claudia (URL)
02/07/2009

I ve never tried doing sage in a batter fry. Sounds like a tasty appetizer.


Author: Graziana
06/07/2009

Believe me, fried sage is worth trying!


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