Seasonal Produce Guide for May

Seasonal Produce Guide for May

Written by Becky

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Though my flower garden is all colors of the rainbow right now, the seasonal produce for May is mainly monotone – Green. This is the month to eat green. And maybe the occasional pop of red from rhubarb or a Spring radish. I’ll be enjoying crisp green salads with watercress and arugula, lots of full-flavored, in-season asparagus (verses the bland stuff you get year around), bright spring peas atop risotto or pasta, and maybe I’ll even steam up some artichokes.

Here are some recipes to guide your eating this month! What are your favorite Spring Green Recipes??! Please feel free to add a seasonal recipe link in the comments section!

Strawberry Rhubarb Baked

French Toast

Israeli Couscous with Peas and Watercress

Rhubarb Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Roasted Spring Vegetable and Quinoa Salad by Happyolks

Roasted Asparagus with Gremolata by Kalyn’s Kitchen

Wilted Chard Salad with Polenta Croutons and Cherry Tomato Vinaigrette by Cafe Johnsonia

Asparagus and Olive Tapenade Fillo Shell Appetizers by Cookin’ Canuck

Spinach Avocado and Artichoke Salad by Mountain Mama Cooks

Roasted Asparagus and Sweet Potato Soup by Kitchen Confidante

Spinach Artichoke Lasagna Roll Ups by Two Peas and Their Pod

Garlicky Swiss Chard and Chickpeas by Foodie Crush

Roasted Asparagus Green Onion and Blue Cheese Frittata by Naturally Ella

Minty Pea Pesto with Rice and Radishes by Cookie and Kate

Creamy Asparagus Soup by Food Is Our Friend

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