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Ways to Use Pickled Ramps

Our Pickled Ramps are our opportunity to preserve a bumper crop and enjoy a taste of spring all year round.  This is as unique of a product that can be found in a jar.  It is truly Appalachian and one of a kind!

Perfect on top of a homemade pizza. Add to a grilled pizza topping along with Brebis cheese and Georgia Olive Oil.

Add to your favorite martini cocktail.  The ramp could be used in place of pearl onions in a classic martini.  In a mixing tin filled with ice, add the 3 oz Stoli Elite vodka and a splash of Dolin Dry Vermouth.  Shake till cold, and then strain into a chilled martini glass.  Garnish with the Pickled Ramp.
 
Enjoy it in your steamed mussels.  In a hot pan skillet large enough to hold all of the mussels, add in enough cooking oil to coat the bottom of the pan. Toss into the pan ¼ cup minced pickled ramps and cook briefly. Toss in 2 pounds of musssls, ½ cup white wine and toss quickly to coat. Place a lid on the pan and cook for 3-5 minutes or until the mussels have opened. Remove from the heat and serve.

Use Pickled Ramps in your gremalata. Mince together Italian leaf parsley, pickled ramps, lemon zest . Use as a topping for grilled fish, vegetables and mixed into pasta.

Incorporate into your aioli for your fish, meats and vegetables. For fish, it can be used as a tartar sauce.  For the meats, it works well with grilled items and for vegetables it is perfect as a dip.

Make Tart Tine Canapes using  our Cornbread Mix, Jeff Ross likes to cornmeal pancakes or Hoe Cakes and top them with a tablespoon of Fromage Blanc Cheese, a few pieces of thinly sliced radish and a slice of Pickled Ramp.


Garnish canapes with a Pickled Ramp.  Click here for a few more canape ideas.

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