Baby Sorrel

Baby Sorrel is a good choice for adding to salads, soups and stews. Young leaves work well when they are lightly cooked, similar in taste to cooked chard or spinach but with a distinctive slightly tart flavour. When raw they have a distinctive lemon taste.

Flavour and texture

Baby Sorrel has small tender leaves with a fruity lemon taste and it can be eaten raw or cooked.

Health Benefits

Baby Sorrel provides a number of vitamins and minerals to your diet. It has high levels of vitamins A, B9 and C, and moderate levels of potassium, calcium and magnesium.

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Cooking and Food Pairing

Baby Sorrel pairs well with poultry and fish dishes. It is a common ingredient in many traditional Eastern European dishes and can be eaten hot or cold. Try substituting Baby Sorrel in any recipes that call for chard or spinach.