Leafy Patch Baby Sorrel leaves have a distinctive fruity lemon taste. The red-purple veins running through the leaves add colour to salad and a lovely, zesty flavour to your meal.
Tender Sorrel leaves have a fruity lemon taste and has a sharp, tangy taste when cooked.
A great source of fibre, sorrel is used in traditional medicines to aid in digestion, blood pressure, eye sight and circulation. It’s rich in vitamin C, A, B-6, iron, magnesium, potassium and calcium.
Cooking and Food Pairing
A good choice for salads, soups and stews, sorrel’s lemony tart flavour pairs well with poultry and fish dishes. It’s a common ingredient in many traditional Eastern European dishes.