We have never heard of langos (pronounced lon-gosh) before we saw this recipe on 3Foragers. Langos are the Hungarian version of fried dough, and as Southern women, you know we like just about anything fried, especially dough! Plus when you add in ramps (fresh or dried) now you have yourself a ‘Ramp Queen’ winner.
Creamy Ramp Dressing
This is a delicious and versatile dressing. It is great for pasta, green salads or drizzles over green veggies to punch up the flavor. This is easily made in advance or you can just whip it up right before you serve your meal.
Ramp Seasoning Vinaigrette
This tasty vinaigrette is the base for a all our other ramp-flavored dressings. It can also make a nice marinade for roasted veggies, chicken or seafood. ¾ cup vegetable or olive oil ¼ cup cider vinegar ½ pkg. Ramp It Up Cooking™ Ramp Dip Mix ½ teaspoon black pepper 1 teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon sugar […]
We Published a Ramp Cookbook! – Rapturous Ramp Recipes
New Cookbook Fuses Great Ramp Recipes using Gourmet Dried Ramp Spices along with the Fresh Ramp Recipes In their newly published digital cookbook – ‘Rapturous Ramp Recipes’, the publishers of RampItUpCooking.com (Ramp Queens Melinda Knies & Chancer Reese) have created an innovative new genre using both fresh and dried Ramps that bridges the gap […]
Free Ramp Recipes & Food Tasting!
Ramp Food Tasting – Friday March 22 2013 Come Join Us at Mountain Made Art Gallery for a night of ramped up foods and wonderful live music! We will be serving samples of such wonderful ramp recipes as “Savory Salmon Pate” and Olive Oil infused with Ramp Flakes and much more. Tasting will be from […]
Ramp Recipe – Savory Ramp & Salmon Pate
Savory Salmon Pate This is one of Melinda’s favorite “company’s coming dishes”. And I think our ramp seasonings or flakes adds just the right “kick” to this fabulous appetizer. It looks oh, so fancy but is oh, so easy to make! Yield: 2 cups Preparing: 10 minutes 1 – 16 oz can salmon 2 […]
Harvesting Our Ramps Responsibly
Often people wonder if the ramps that they see in the stores, festivals and roadside markets have been harvested in a sustainable manner. While we can’t speak for anyone else, here at Ramp It Cooking, we only work with Western North Carolina family farmers and especially trained wild food harvesters like Dustin Raxter, for our products. […]