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Dahl with Wild Hogweed Shoots

Common hogweed shoots, also known as cow parsnip (Heracleum sphondylium ) add an aromatic twist to this Indian dahl recipe. Think of this common weed as the exotic, wild vegetable and you'll be close to what hogweed offers us. A good dahl is simple to create and is a great carrier for mild spices and the shoots offer a subtle flavour, neither overpowering nor underwhelming.

As I'm making this during the COVID-19 pandemic, I'm using spices and ingredients that I have at home. Feel free to increase or replace spices with ones that you have to hand. There really are a multitude of ways to make a good dahl.

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One comment on “Dahl with Wild Hogweed Shoots”

  1. Love the way you have displayed the photos and recipes, so clear. I now need to research your hogweed on your sight. I made Dahl the other day but hadn’t read your blog in time!

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