Warriston recipe of the month
A monthly recipe using produce harvested from the Warriston site. Find more in our recipe archive
Now is the time to plant herbs for a summer picking. Most can be grown from seed but plants are now available in most nurseries.
For those who already have some mature herbs on the plot, and at a time when there is little harvest to be had, a small picking of fresh herbs feels like spring. Use any varieties (apart from rosemary and lavender which are both too strong) them in this simple recipe.
A handful of herbs (for example new chives, thyme, winter sorrel, wintery savory)
Two or three eggs
1 clove garlic
Soft cream cheese
Olive oil for pan
Whisk eggs. Cook garlic for a minute in an omelette pan, throw in herbs for another minute and then finally, toss in the eggs. You can move them around a bit for a quick cook. Add a couple of spoonfuls of soft cream cheese if fancied, double over and serve.
Forage in your plot for fresh herbs