Sea Aster & Tomato Soup

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To me Sea Aster is one of the best estuary greens. This Sea Aster recipe looks more like a gazpacho, however the delicate flavours of the Sea Aster are complimented really well by the sweet, sunny taste of the tomatoes. I fed it to a friend who usually turns her nose up at a lot of what I make from the wild, but this time it hit the spot, and she even came back for seconds! A Sea Aster recipe that rocks.

Sea Aster Soup Recipe Ingredients

  • 8 Sun ripened English tomatoes
  • 4 Large handfuls of Sea Aster
  • ¼ to ½ cup of Kefir or natural yoghurt
  • Olive oil

Sea Aster Soup Recipe Instructions

  1. Chop the tomatoes up along with the Sea Aster
  2. Put in a blender with a good glug of olive oil and blitz until smooth.
  3. Next add the Kefir/yoghurt and blitz again, then serve.
  4. Optional: Decorate with mustard flowers.

Makes: 2 persons



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