nasturtium wraps

Nasturtium Wraps

Nasturtium wraps with green papaya salad, Haloumi, garden greens, and edible flowers. I can’t even describe how incredible this tastes! The sweetness from the salad, salty Haloumi, and mild peppery nasturtium is an absolute combo I’m telling ya!! Get amongst it ⚡️

Nasturtium Wraps

This recipe will serve about 4 people so halve it if necessary or just store the leftover salad for another meal!

Papaya Salad

2 cups grated green papaya

1 carrot

1 cup garden greens ( i used rainbow chard and kale)

1 packet of halloumi

8-10 fresh sugar snap pea pods

Dressing

1 TSB soy sauce

1 TBS sweet chilli sauce

1 garlic clove

1 TBS lemon juice

1 tsp lemon zest

3-4 mint leaves

Nasturtium Wraps for Serving

10-15 Medium size nasturtium leaves

edible flowers to garnish

Method

  1. Grate the green papaya and carrot and place in a salad bowl.
  2. Slice up the garden greens (roughly 1/2cm wide strips) and add to salad.
  3. Finely chop or mince garlic and add to a small bowl.
  4. Slice mint leaves and add the remanding dressing ingredients and mix.
  5. Pour dressing over the salad, mix and leave to marinate while you cook the Halumi.
  6. Rinse nasturtium leaves and layout to dry on tea towel.
  7. Finely slice pea pods and set aside.
  8. Slice the haloumi into 1cm wide strips and add to a heated frypan on medium-high heat until lightly brown on each side. Slice in to bite size cubes and set aside.
  9. Place nasturtium on a serving board and add a heaped tablespoon of salad to the centre of each. Add 3-4 cubes of haloumi on top.
  10. Finally, place pea pod strips and edible flowers on top to serve.

Nasturtium wraps could be used for many different flavour combinations. They are so vesitile and a completely underated plant in my opinion! What have you used Naturtium leaves for? Let me know in the comments below.

Holly 🌿

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