Cooking Fiddleheads | Fiddlehead Recipe | How To Cook Fiddleheads


Cooking Fiddleheads is my favourite spring Ontario harvest. This fiddlehead recipe is full of flavour with only minimum ingredients. I'll show you exactly through and through how to cook fiddleheads in the most delicious way.


WHAT ARE FIDDLEHEADS

Fiddleheads are ferns not yet flourished. They are found wild within the Ontario, Canada region. When cooking fiddleheads, they taste almost like a cross between an asparagus and a green bean.


INGREDIENTS Fiddleheads (1 lb)

Bacon (3 slices, sliced in 1/2" chunks) Onion (small cooking onion, diced)

Italian Seasoning (1 1/2 tsp)

Garlic (1/2 Tbsp)

Salt and Pepper (to taste)

Parmesan Cheese (1 Tbsp - Optional)


DIRECTIONS

In a frying pan or cast-iron skillet, add your bacon chunks and diced onions. We will be using bacon grease as our butter for this fiddlehead recipe. To prepare your fiddleheads is rinse with water and chop your ends off if not picked fresh. Once some fat has coated your frying pan, add your fiddleheads.


Cooking Fiddleheads is so easy. Simply the last step once your fiddleheads are slightly tender but crunchie. Approximately cook for 15 minutes and enjoy.

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