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Buttered Samphire Recipe

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VEG HT ACC 15mins

 

Steamed Rock Samphire tossed in a herb butter.

Yield:

Serves 4

Prep & Cook Time:

15 mins

Recipe Tags: Hot  Vegetarian  Vegetables Accompaniment Side Dish Gluten Wheat  Free  Eggless

 

Ingredients

125g/5oz Fresh Rock Samphire

3 tbsp softened Butter

1 tbsp Lemon Juice

1 tbsp freshly chopped Parsley

Black Pepper

Instructions

 

1. Wash the samphire well, place in a steamer basket or colander in large saucepan,  with cold water then bring to the boil, cover with a tight fitting lid and steam for about 10 minutes.

 

2. Meanwhile, place the butter, lemon juice and black pepper in a small bowl and mix until well blended.

 

4. Once cooked, drain the rock samphire well, return to the pan together with the herb butter mixture and stir gently until the butter has melted and the samphire is thoroughly coated. Serve immediately.

End of instructions


Main equipment required to make this recipe

Saucepan

Mixing Bowl

 

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Rock Samphire comes into season in spring, from the end of April and lasts through to October/November in the UK. It shouldn't be confused with marsh samphire, often referred to just as "samphire", which is in season in the summer.  It is possible to buy seeds and grow rock samphire in your garden.

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