Our pickled Sea Blite is marinated in apple cider vinegar and native spices. This coastal plant is related toSamphire. This green fern like succulent perennial shrub has often rich red stems and during autumn,red foliage .
Because this herb absorbs salt from the soil and only grows on salty soils, the flavour of Sea blite is very salty.
Sea blite can be eaten raw, blanched or fried. Because of its high salt content, this herb can also be used as seasoning in a salad or for the preparation of other vegetables. It is often combined with samphire.
This plant is a great complement to seafood dishes.