Try These Spring Recipes

Creamy Homemade Creamed Spinach with Onion and Garlic

Have you noticed that your appetite changes with the season? While a hearty soup is ideal for winter, you crave spring veggies and other light ingredients when the weather warms up. However, you might not know how to turn those ingredients into a delicious meal. That won’t be a problem when you make these divine spring recipes.

Spring Vegetable Pot Pie

Pot pies are usually served in the cold of winter, but you can make one with a springy twist. This Spring Vegetable Pot Pie recipe contains the season’s best flavors, including potatoes, asparagus, peas, and carrots. While playing with recipes is normally fun, you’ll want to follow this one to the letter. It’s seriously perfect as written and will become your go-to spring favorite.

French Potato Salad

Everyone dusts off their trusty potato salad recipes when spring arrives, with each person hoping to make the best one of the season. While most people stick with traditional potato salad recipes, you can mix things up and stand out by following this recipe for French Potato Salad. Oh, and this potato salad doesn’t have mayo, so you won’t get that icky stuffed feeling after eating it. Now, that alone can help you come in first place in the spring’s potato salad contest.

Pan-Seared Steelhead Trout With Spring Pea Sauce

There are a million ways to make trout, but only some are ideal for spring. Count this recipe for Pan-Seared Steelhead Trout with Spring Pea Sauce among them. The truffled pea sauce brings the dish together and turns it into a celebration of the season. If you want to celebrate, make this recipe several times using different fish. It tastes especially good with salmon, but really, any fish will work.

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Creamy Spinach Soup With Mint

Spinach and mint are staples of the spring, so why not put them together in one delicious soup? That’s what you’ll do when making this Creamy Spinach Soup with Mint recipe. The hint of mint adds some balance to the spinach, so it’s not overpowering. Instead, it’s velvety, light, and so tasty that you can easily down a couple of bowls in one sitting. Also, don’t be afraid to dress up this simple recipe. For instance, it doesn’t include any meat, but you can add some if you’d like.

Be sure to add these dishes to your menu this spring. Whether you’re eating alone, feeding the family, or going to a barbecue, they’ll be a welcome addition. Oh, and print off the recipes and bring them with you if you’re feeding your friends. They will want a copy so they can enjoy these dishes anytime they want.

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