There is a lot you can find in order to get revenge on your worst enemy garden, I chose to make a pie.
Kirskålen is one of Sweden’s most common weeds but there are not many people know how much you can actually do with it. This pajrecept is absolutely amazing, so out in the garden and combine business with pleasure now.
3 cups flour (I improvised but with graham flour and Fiberhusk)
150 g butter or margarine
2-3 tbsp water
Mix together all ingredients until it becomes a crumbly mass. Press into a flan dish and chip away some holes with a fork. Feel free to stand in the refrigerator about 20 minutes. Pre-bake for 12 minutes at 225 degrees.
2 ½ cups cream
15cm sliced leeks
4-5 sundried tomatoes (or to taste)
Salt and pepper
2 cups grated cheese (I mixed parmesan and Hushållsost. Manor should work great.)
1 ½ tablespoon pine nuts ( completely optional)
Rinse the kirskålen. Place the leaves in boiling water for a few minutes and then pour into a colander. Rinse again and try to squeeze out as much water as possible from the leaves.Now put all the ingredients, except the cheese in a bowl. Sprinkle half of the cheese over the pre-baked pie shell. Pour over the filling and top with remaining cheese. Place in the oven for 35-45 minutes. If the cheese is starting to look burned out, it’s a good idea to cover with foil the last moment. Serve with salad!