recipes for: Vegetables
We love these easy, flavorful pesto zoodles with salmon for a healthy weeknight dinner! Bake a fresh salmon fillet with tomatoes, then toss with sautéed zucchini noodles, crispy pancetta, and vibrant pesto sauce. Serve with lots of grated Parmigiano Reggiano. Light, but completely satisfying! GF
This easy-to-make zucchini frittata features fresh summer squash, eggs, basil, chives, and cheese. Start on the stove top, then finish in the oven until golden brown and puffed up. A light, but flavorful breakfast or brunch recipe! Vegetarian, GF
This light, crisp coleslaw for pulled pork is crunchy, slightly sweet, but not too creamy. Best enjoyed after at least 1 hour, but holds up well for days! GF, Vegetarian
Israeli salad is light, fresh, healthy, and goes well with practically everything! Chopped tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion, and parsley are tossed with fresh lemon juice, extra virgin olive oil, and Kosher salt. Enjoy for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! GF, DF, V, Whole30
Asparagus is a springtime staple, and this is our favorite way to enjoy it. You'll love serving this healthy grilled asparagus in foil with all meats and seafood. Finish with a squeeze of fresh lemon and a sprinkling of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese. GF
This refreshing and light tomato and onion salad comes together in minutes and is a great summer side dish alongside breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The marinade is equal parts extra virgin olive oil and red wine vinegar, and intensifies as it sits. GF, DF, V.
This is our go-to house salad recipe, which we serve almost weekly (and is infinitely adaptable)! It features baby arugula, fresh summer raspberries, creamy goat cheese, marcona almonds, and a sprinkle of fresh dill. Toss with rich, sweet balsamic vinegar then serve. A perfect side salad to accompany any lunch or dinner entrée!
If you can get your hands on fresh wild ramps, homemade ramp pesto is an absolute must! It's got a vibrant garlic and spring onion flavor that pairs well with Pecorino Romano cheese and nutty walnuts. Add basil and lemon for freshness (and to cut back on the garlic flavor). Mix into pasta or serve with your favorite grilled proteins and roasted vegetables. Freezer-friendly!
Would I rather win the lottery or stumble upon ramps at the farmer's market? Ramps, obviously! With a short season of just 3 weeks per year, make the most of any wild leeks you find by making quick pickled ramps. Their spring onion and garlicky flavor is the perfect addition to many savory dishes, while the remaining brine can be used in salad dressings. Quick, easy, and so flavorful!