Cooked greens and crispy potatoes are great as a base for a skillet hash, but they can also be turned into a satisfying, meatless main. Pile into lightly charred corn tortillas, and top with vibrant toppings such as fresh cilantro and radishes.
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Lemon and dill provide brightness, making this soup great for the beginning of Spring. Use any combination of delicate green vegetables, such as snow peas, spinach, frozen green peas, or edamame. Stir in a couple of teaspoons of fresh lemon juice for an extra dose of flavor before serving.
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It's time to take advantage of the gorgeous Spring veggies. Asparagus, artichokes, and baby spinach are complemented by salty-savory miso, honey, and lemon. Add a simple protein, such as the chicken from the recipe below, for a restaurant-worthy meal in no time.
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After you’ve cooked your lamb patties, you’ll use the same skillet to whip up a quick, garlicky “ketchup” using fresh cherry tomatoes. Lamb is more expensive than ground beef or turkey, but when treating yourself to lamb, this is an inexpensive, and fast, way to do it.
Browned butter is a game-changer, adding nutty depth to any recipe that it's used in. These muffins were created to keep you full until lunchtime, so whip up a batch this weekend for a filling breakfast all week.