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Ramp cloves are the bulbous, bottom-end of the ramp, having no greens and no tops. Intensely flavored, ramp cloves offer a strong, garlic-onion flavor that is more concentrated than ramp greens.
Ramp cloves are available in late Spring.
Ramp cloves may be used as a substitute for garlic cloves or whole ramps. Prepare whole or minced, fresh or cooked. Pair with spring vegetables and herbs, such as morels, asparagus, artichokes, peas, fava beans, mint, seafood and poultry. To store, keep dry and refrigerated until use.
Recipes that include Ramp Cloves. One is easiest, three is harder.
|Sweet Paul||Ramp and Watercress Soup|
|Nerds With Knives||Quiche with Ramps, Bacon and Grueyere|