Battered and Baked Sage Leaves

Battered and Baked Sage Leaves created by Sackville

Got a ton of sage in your garden? Here's the perfect treat to use it up. These leaves are crunchy and very tasty, especially when dipped in a mayonnaise-mustard mixture (I like three parts mayo to one part mustard).

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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Line a baking sheet with tin foil and lightly oil with olive oil.
  • Beat the egg and egg whites or the egg subsitute with a fork and set to one side.
  • Put the flour or bread crumbs in a bowl and add some salt and a generous grinding of black pepper.
  • Now, dip the sage leaves one by one in the egg mixture, coat with the flour or bread crumbs and shake off any excess.
  • Lay on the baking sheet and finish the rest of the leaves.
  • Sprinkle a bit more salt and pepper on top of the leaves and then bake for 10-12 minutes, until nicely crisp and browned.
  • Serve immediately with your choice of dip or as a garnish.
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"Got a ton of sage in your garden? Here's the perfect treat to use it up. These leaves are crunchy and very tasty, especially when dipped in a mayonnaise-mustard mixture (I like three parts mayo to one part mustard)."
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  1. rhiannonrguilford
    They didn't look so pretty as the pic my first time around, but they were delicious! can't wait to make em again!
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  2. Sackville
    Battered and Baked Sage Leaves Created by Sackville
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  3. Sackville
    Got a ton of sage in your garden? Here's the perfect treat to use it up. These leaves are crunchy and very tasty, especially when dipped in a mayonnaise-mustard mixture (I like three parts mayo to one part mustard).
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