Sage is perhaps a little underused in the kitchen, although as herb it has a place in the herb rack. The leaves may be familiar, but not many people know that the flowers can be eaten too. And if you are adventurous enough to use them as an ingredient, you can choose between edible sage flowers with a fruity flavour or a slightly spicier variety.
Feel free to eat and enjoy, they are not on the plate just to be admired! The flowers have an almost exotic look, with vivid colours such as red and purple blue.
Use sage flowers whole to retain and display their attractive shape.
How to use sage flowers in the kitchen?
- In salads
- As a snack
EAT ME edible sage flowers last for longer if stored in the fridge.
Where does edible sage come from?
EAT ME edible sage flowers are grown in Israel.