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You can fry it up and use it like onion in anything. they are sorta sweeter and i think yummier. you could do something like a fritata lorraine instead of a quiche lorraine. i used to make pumpkin soup with them too when i had them in the garden and didnt have to buy the organic ones. if you do dairy, steamed leeks with cheese is pretty yummy too.
Thanks everyone. I need all your ideas, it's a very large leek
Today I sliced some more off the end (still on the greens so far, I haven't reached the white stem yet) and sauteed in butter with sunflower seeds. Served with grilled bacon and apple rings, topped with feta, cashews and olives for my lunch. Kind of a warm version of a big as salad. It was delicious and now I am so FULL.
Last night I finished some leftover chicken by sauteeing a small onion, some garlic, portobello mushrooms and a finely chopped leek and the chicken with a couple of tablespoons of stock/bone broth. It was very simple and delicious!