Sunday, January 10, 2016

Cotolette di pane e borragine and my garden this Summer

The best crop in my garden is borage because snails, rats, possums and caterpillars don't eat it! So here is yet another borage recipe! 

Pick the top of the plant with flowers and tender leaves (make sure the flowers have no seeds yet). Wash well. Grate some old bread (must be really hard and dry) to make breadcrumbs. Or use ready made breadcrumbs. Make a batter with eggs, salt and pepper and breadcrumbs, the ratio being approximately one egg for one tbsp of breadcrumbs, use s much as you need depending on how many flowers you are cooking. Coat the borage in the batter and pan fry in hot olive oil, turing on both sides, until golden. Place on kitchen paper to drain excess oil. Sprinkle with salt and serve.

And now a few photos from my garden:

Photos and Recipes by Alessandra Zecchini ©


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