Spring is in full swing, and we’re ready to ditch the canned goods and eat some seasonal fruits and veggies! Below you’ll find some Hudson Valley spring produce, along with a few suggested recipes.
Asparagus is a great source of vitamin K, which helps protect against blood clotting. Not to mention, it is also a delicious and healthy veggie for lunch or dinner. Check out this great recipe is for oven-roasted asparagus from All Recipes.
Ramps are good for your teeth, bones, and skin. They’re also high in vitamin A and E, and are a close relative of onions and garlic. Try them out in these fantastic ramp and chorizo quesadillas from SeriousEats.
Radishes are a superb source of vitamin C. You can brighten up any salad with these pretty little root veggies. Try this easy and delicious chicken salad with apples and radishes from Delish.
Spinach has many health benefits, and can help lower your cholesterol. This protein and fiber-filled superfood is a tasty source of vitamins A, C, E, K. One great thing about spinach, is that it is super easy to cook and add to your favorite recipes. Need some help? Check out this Food Network recipe for garlic sautéed spinach.
Finally, everybody loves a ripe, red and juicy strawberry in spring and summer. Strawberries are very easy to get creative with when cooking. Here’s a recipe we love: Spicy Strawberry Kiwi Peach Salsa on All Recipes!
Tell us what seasonal recipes you’re loving in the comments.