Do you recognize this? That you want to try something because you saw it somewhere, without knowing where you saw it?
That's what happened to me last week when I wanted to freeze a bunch of Indian cress flowers. One of my Nasturtium plants is growing so fast that we can't keep up eating flowers in our salads. The plant has tentacles in all directions growing fast through our greenhouse. It reminds me of my melon plant last year!
So finally I realized I saw the #frozenflowers project on Emily's instagram. It was fun to try and it looks pretty cute, although the flowers don't taste as fresh & fruity anymore after freezing them. But it looks great in a glass of water… or a cocktail! Cheers!
8 thoughts on “Frozen Indian Cress”
This is just gorgeous! I love this colour.
Thanks Tochi! And they taste pretty good too (preferably not frozen) :)
Wow, these are so beautiful! What a wonderful addition to a cocktail or fruity summer drink.
Thanks Mandi! And it's super easy, you should give it a try some time!
Looks so pretty Judith! I need to try this too! Have a great week. xx
Thanks Geraldine! It's super easy and an instant upgrade of a simple glass of water. You too enjoy your week! xx
they look stunning. what do you do with them?
I simply use them in stead of ice cubes in my drink :) And eat the flowers of course.