Garlic Scapes are the tender stems and flower buds found on the garlic plant and they are harvested in late Spring/early Summer. They can be sautéed and used over pasta, folded into scrambled eggs or served with mixed greens-just as you would in any recipe that calls for garlic.
This recipe for Garlicky Greens Over Pasta calls for garlic scapes, quick cooking greens such as kale or swiss chard, and olive oil—all of which can be found at the Monroe Farmers' Market this Friday!
Since our cooking demo was such a huge hit at this week's farmers' market, here's the recipe for all of you to enjoy! This is a great use for kale, which is available at the farmers' market for much of the growing season.
The Monroe Farmers' Market is open June–October and offers fresh, locally-grown produce, baked goods, prepared foods and hand-crafted specialty foods to Connecticut locals.