Wild Garlic Pici Pasta
We recently shared this recipe on our Instagram Stories, after spending a Sunday out in the fresh air foraging for nettles, jack-by-the-hedge and baskets and baskets of wild garlic.
Below you’ll find the recipe on how to make wild garlic pici pasta, as well as a video courtesy of our CEO (that’s Child Executive Officer), making his debut in a short foraging and recipe clip, making good use of the wild garlic which is abundant here in the UK right now.
This wild garlic pici pasta recipe is incredibly simple to make and here we keep the cooking simple with a super quick butter sauce.
If you wanted to supercharge the flavour, then you could toss your pici pasta in some pesto, traditional basil will do just fine or double up on the garlicky goodness and add some extra wild garlic.
Or – give it a try served with a rich and unctuous venison ragu, topped with our ever favourite pangrattato (a mix of breadcrumbs, citrus zest, anchovy, chilli and garlic cooked gently in rapeseed oil on ever such a low heat until golden and crisp).