5 Spring Veggie Recipes to Try

Spring veggie recipes are here!If youre looking for some seasonal recipe inspiration, here are 5 spring veggie dishesthat will make use of whats fresh at this time of year.(Caveat: Im inNorth America so my Southern Hemisphere friends, youre transitioning in autumn and probably wont have the same available options.)Now, I fully admit to being spoiled by living in a place that has a year-round farmers market which is pretty rad. I dontbuy everything for the week there, but Idouse what I see at the market as a cue for whats coming up seasonally.If you dont have a market in your area or it doesnt hit until the warmer months, you can usually tell whats in season at the grocery store by whats on sale. Larger surpluses of tomatoesin the summer, for example, means that its a great time to buy because the cost is lower and theyre fresher.Not sure which spring veggies are best for the picking? Click here for my free Spring Seasonal Produce Guide.Today, Im pullingsome of myfavorite spring veggie recipes out of the archives so youve got some idea of what to do with the bounty of this season.5 Spring Veggie Recipes to TryWhat could be more quintessentially spring than asparagus?Tender and flavorful, the asparagus in this recipe is roasted then paired with crispy prosciutto a nice alternative to bacon and a shave of citrus zest to perk everything up.Its simple enough for every day, yet sophisticated enough for a fancy dinner thats sure to impress.One of the reasons why people shy away from trying new veggies in the market is that they just have no idea what something is and what its used for. Ill admit to being the same about kohlrabi.It may look quite strange, but kohlrabi has the familiar taste thats basically like a mild broccoli, and its crispness makes a great salad ingredient.This simple side dish combines two spring favorites, kale and beets.Kale is not often eaten raw, but when combined with a little sweetness from the beets and crunch from the nuts, its really transformed into something new and exciting.Pair this with some grilled chicken or fish for a light spring lunch.Its no secret that greens are incredibly healthy, but mustard greens intimidate a lot of folks because they have a reputation for being bitter.Luckily, a simple braise with chicken broth and flavorful bacon tames this sometimes bitter green.If youre tired of your go-to greens and looking to spice things up, pick up some mustard greens this week.Carrots are another spring favorite, and this preparation is one of my favorites for people who want to try home fermentation for the first time.Its no secret that carrots are brimming with nutrition, and when fermented with ginger, they take on a delightful tang. Plus, you dont have to wait weeks for them to ferment like cabbage-based ferments.I hope this list of spring veggies to trybrings you a few new ideas about how to use this seasons gorgeous produce.Pin this 5 Spring Veggies pin for later!Whats your favorite veggie of the spring season? Let me know in the comments below!If you'd like to share my recipes or photos on your blog, you must get express written permission first. Please use the contact form to send me a message before using any of my content on your blog / website.PAID ENDORSEMENT DISCLOSURE: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog. Stupid Easy Paleo, Inc. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. href='http://stupideasypaleo.com/2016/03/27/5-spring-veggie-recipes-to-try/' - http://stupideasypaleo.com/2016/03/27/5-spring-veggie-recipes-to-try/ -