Blanching wild garlic involves lightly cooking to soften the texture while retaining its beautiful vibrant green colour. Wild garlic has a leafy, delicate structure similar to spinach that only needs to be blanched for a short time, so take care not to overcook it.
After it has been blanched, wild garlic can be served as it is, stirred into dishes or blitzed with oil to make a wild garlic mayonnaise.
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