Edible Flowers are not only delicate and pretty garnishes. They are also flavor enhancers adding wonderful aromas and scents to salads, roasts, pasta, and even desserts. Plant them in your garden or forage in their natural habitats. Dandelions, Chickweed, Wood Sorrel, Meadow Garlic, Pink Evening Primrose, and Blue Ternates are abundant in Texas. Their flavors and aromas can vary from slightly sweet to fruit sweet, some are bitter and tangy, while others are spicy and peppery.
Find out more about edible flowers and the recipes you can cook with them at the TexasRealFood Promptuary.