June 6 Serving Suggestions
Cashew Corn Chowder
Keeps well for up to one week. Warm in saucepan over medium heat for 5 minutes, or until heated through. This soup is lovely on its own, or served with a bright salad.
Black Bean and Mango Salad with Sprouts and a Cumin-Lime Dressing
Best enjoyed within the first 3 days of receiving. Shake or stir dressing (oils may have solidified in fridge) before tossing. Serve at room temperature. Add fresh greens for a bulkier salad or turn this dish into a side with grilled chicken or seared white fish. Top with lime for extra zing!
Young Roasted Carrots with Sprouts, Toasted Pumpkin Seeds and Lemony Thyme Greek Yogurt
Best served warm. Heat a heavy bottom pan on high with avocado oil or another high heat oil. Once hot sear carrots for a minute on a side or two until browned. Top with Sprouts and yogurt sauce. We love a bed of spicy greens under these and a few slices of avocado on top!
Sweet Potato and Buckwheat Noodles
Serve at room temperature. Stores well for up to 5 days. Top with shredded chicken or fish for extra protein.
Warm Garam Masala Chicken Salad
Best within 3-4 days. Enjoy warm. Empty Dressing into skillet over medium/low heat. Add potatoes and chicken and gently warm through. Add grapes and spinach and stir, until just wilted.
Cornbread Frittata with Jalapeno & Sriracha Roasted Cauliflower
Keeps well for up to a week. Heat in oven or toaster oven at 350F for 8-10 minutes or until heated through. (or warm on a stove top for 3-4 minutes per side.) We love it with a bed of greens and a dollop of romesco!.
Double Chocolate Buckwheat Cookies
Keeps well refrigerated for up to one week. Enjoy these protein packed treats for breakfast, as a snack or as a dessert!
Sprouted Oat and Seed Bread Round with Black Pepper and Sesame
Keeps well for up to two weeks, refrigerated. Slice, toast, and serve with your favorite toast toppings! (Try it with this weeks green romesco.)
Keeps well for 10-14 days. Serve with eggs, meat, avocado toast, fish, or whatever your heart desires! Great as a veggie dipping sauce. Perfect for the start of grilling season!