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from Chicago, IL I received a request for kudzu recipes... Kudzu Leaves 1 can diced tomatoes 2 teaspoons salt 3 cloves garlic, cut in half Juice of 3 lemons Soup bones (optional) Gather about 30 medium size young kudzu leaves. ( The very big ones have tough center and radiating stem veins ) . Make sure area has not been sprayed with chemicals to kill the kudzu. Wash leaves. Drop into salted boiling water. Boil a 2-3 minutes, separating leaves.. Remove to a plate to cool. Remove heavy center stems from the leaves by using a knife and cutting down each side of the stem to about the middle of the leaf. Push cut together and fill with 1 teaspoon stuffing and roll in the shape of a cigar. Place something in bottom of a large pan so that rolled leaves will not sit directly on the bottom of the pan. I use a round rack that came with my pressure cooker. Soup bones work great. Arrange kudzu rolls alternately in opposite directions. When all are in the pot, pour in a can diced tomatoes, 2 teaspoons of salt, and 3 cloves of garlic, cut in half. Press down with an inverted dish and add water to reach dish. Cover pot and cook on medium for 30 mins. Add lemon juice and cook 10 mins more.

Rolled Kudzu Leaves


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from Chicago, IL

I received a request for
kudzu recipes...

Kudzu Leaves
1 can diced tomatoes
2 teaspoons
salt
3 cloves
garlic, cut in half
Juice of 3 lemons
Soup bones (optional)

Gather about 30 medium size young
kudzu leaves. ( The very big ones have tough center and radiating stem veins ) . Make sure area has not been sprayed with chemicals to kill the kudzu.

Wash leaves. Drop into salted boiling water.
Boil a 2-3 minutes, separating leaves.. Remove to a plate to cool. Remove heavy center stems from the leaves by using a knife and cutting down each side of the stem to about the middle of the leaf. Push cut together and fill with 1 teaspoon stuffing and roll in the shape of a cigar. Place something in bottom of a large pan so that rolled leaves will not sit directly on the bottom of the pan. I use a round rack that came with my pressure cooker. Soup bones work great.

Arrange
kudzu rolls alternately in opposite directions. When all are in the pot, pour in a can diced tomatoes, 2 teaspoons of salt, and 3 cloves of garlic, cut in half. Press down with an inverted dish and add water to reach dish. Cover pot and cook on medium for 30 mins. Add lemon juice and cook 10 mins more.



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