Monk’s Cress is good for
Monk’s Cress in cuisine
Monk’s Cress is not merely a colorful decoration to be found in the garden or in various containers; it is also used in cuisine. If you finely chop its stems, leaves or flowers, you can use them to flavor grilled meats, potatoes, fish and vegetables. Prepare a herb vinegar: Add a cup of chopped Monk’s Cress flowers or two cups of Monk’s Cress leaves to wine vinegar and let it rest. Later on, add chopped chives, a sprig of rosemary and a dash of crushed black pepper to the mix.
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