Wild garlic Har Gao 野蒜蝦餃
Wild garlic Har Gao
Steamed wheat starch dumplings filled with shrimp and fresh organic ramsons.
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Wild garlic Har Gao
Wild garlic Har Gao - a home creation of China Restaurant Yung. We love to combine seasonal ingredients with our classic dishes. Bärlauch (wild garlic) is super healthy and tastes delicious with Har Gao."
Is wild garlic healthy
"Ramson contains few calories and has a high water content. Furthermore, it contains a considerable amount of vitamin C and is therefore an excellent source of this vitamin. Just 50 grams provide 75% of the daily requirement, making it three times richer in vitamin C than an orange. Vitamin C has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and immune-boosting properties. Ramson is also rich in potassium, magnesium, and iron, which improve the absorption of vitamin C. Iron is responsible for transporting oxygen in the body, and a deficiency can cause symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, and concentration problems. Magnesium has anti-inflammatory properties and is essential for the smooth functioning of the muscles. The high content of chlorophyll in ramson supports the absorption of magnesium and iron. Chlorophyll is a green plant pigment that improves blood production and oxygen supply while also having detoxifying effects."" "
When is wild garlic season?
Wild garlic is harvested between March and May.
Can you eat wild garlic raw?
Yes, you can also eat wild garlic raw.
What can you use wild garlic for?
Wild garlic is very versatile. It can be used to give a dish a special flavor note. For example, in our wild garlic Har Gao. But it can also be added to other fillings. It's important that the filling has a mild taste, otherwise it will overpower the wild garlic flavor."