Try them with onions or garlic in a stew. That's my preferred method. I have (and most in these parts) a plentitude of wild onions and dandelions. You don't know how funny it sounds to hear someone actually SEEKING dandelion.... True, they are very nutritious and high in vitamin A, but can quickly take over, particularly on marginal or recently disturbed soil. They are very attractive to pollinators but, as there can be so many of them, it seems they detract interest in fruit blossoms. However the blossom can be used in salads, tea, or to make wine. The roasted root can also be used for a tea.