Broad bean leaf salad

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Thursday 30 April, 2015 by Uncle Spike

I’m busy tomorrow, so scheduling in advance. This was gonna be about my roses again, but feeling rather peckish…. And so I couldn’t resist posting this Instagram piccie of one of our fresh broad bean leaf salads.

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19 thoughts on “Broad bean leaf salad

  1. So what are you busy doing, if it isn’t a nosey question?

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  2. joannesisco says:

    I love broad beans, but I’ve never had the leaves of the plant. Learned something new today.
    What’s the dressing on top. The salad looks good 🙂

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  3. Are those the same broad leaves that we work to eliminate from our lawns ? I know we eat dandelion greens here. Van

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  4. Looks delicious! Now what is that drizzled on the top? Yum ..

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  5. Yuuum! Can you use any type of bean plant leaves in salad? My parents always grow runner beans and purple French beans, so I could be raiding the veggie patch next time I’m home 🙂

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  6. I only learned snout eating broad bean leaves last year when I read, on a blog, that when you pinch out the tops you can eat them. We had them lightly tossed in butter, just wilted and they were delicious. This year I will try them in salad. 🙂

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  7. Gill McGrath says:

    That’s a new one on me broad bean leaf! Looks great!

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