No ImageTomato, Cucumber, Purslane Salad

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  1. Rhonda

    Yup we use purslane in salads, smoothies and a topping for pizza. It substitutes for kale in most recipes just fine. Thanks for sharing this nice recipe.

  2. Rich

    The stuff tastes great. Goes with everything.

  3. Gayle

    Who knew?!?! We’ve got tons of purslane popping up in between the bricks of our patio and walkway. I’ll be harvesting some today and will definitely be putting together this tomato, cucumber and purslane salad for dinner tonight. Thanks for talking about purslane, Elise…I’d have never put two and two together otherwise!


  4. Virginia Mesko

    I think I have this growing in between the steps in my yard here in Illinois. Read all these recipes and want to try it. How can I be sure it’s the right thing?

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  5. Jenni Garcia

    I work in a Hispanic store and most people use it for costillas de Puerco en salsa verde con verdolagas, cebollas rebanadas, y cuadritos de papa. ( pork baby back ribs in green salsa, purslane, sliced onions, and cubed potatoes.) The other ways are in eggs and in soups. I adores the pork recipe and make it frequently. Serve it with divorced rice topped with halved boiled eggs and yellow tortillas.

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