Meal Plan: March 27th

Let's Try Something New This Spring!

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Clare Langan
Editorial Director @thefeedfeed / SF Bay Area / IG @clarelangan
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Try Something New For Spring! 

 

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Turn over a new leaf this spring with something new for dinner! Try out a new veggie or experiment with an unfamiliar cuisine or flavor profile. We kick off the week with a couple meal prep-friendly favorites, move onto a vibrant one-pot Jollof rice and finish the week strong with a restaurant-worthy Friday fish dinner. 

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Try Something New For Spring Menu!
 
THE RECIPES
 
 
Roasted Cauliflower with Date Parsley Gremolata by @edeneats

Swap in the cauliflower for romanesco, a bright green vegetable that looks a lot like cauliflower with pointer edges. The date and parsley gremolata is a versatile backpocket recipe for topping all kinds of roasted vegetables, proteins or grain bowls. Pair it with a classic roast chicken for a comforting Sunday night meal (with leftovers!)

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Creamy Curried Lentil And Quinoa Salad With Roasted Chickpeas And Potatoes by @Thewhiskaddict

To plate like the photo, pack the lentil and quinoa mixture into a small measuring cup before unmolding on top of the salad. Double the tahini dressing to streamline tomorrow night’s dinner.

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Marinated Tofu Salad Bowl With Ginger Tahini Dressing by @Nourishingfoods

Broccoli, edamame and avocado are the triple threat you didn’t know you needed! Add ginger and splash of soy sauce to last night’s dressing to repurpose it tonight. 

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 Jollof Rice by @Throughannetteslenss

Serve this flavorful Jollof rice, a staple dish in many African households, with plantains, beef, chicken or vegetables. While they are optional, if you can find scotch bonnet peppers, give them a go!

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Vegan Chickpea Crepes by @Foodography_by_joanna

Get in the springtime spirit with these savory vegan crepes that are made with chickpea flour and stuffed with asparagus, spinach and peas. Once you try these, you’ll be riffing on them all season long. 

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Gluten Free Fish Cakes With Spring Peas And Avocado Salad by @foodyfirst

Happy Fry-day! Think like a chef AND cut food waste by repurposing last night’s polenta into these crispy baked polenta fries. Serve with your favorite dipping sauces as an appetizer.

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WEEKEND BONUS! 

Skillet Spring Greens Pie by @clarelangan

Inspired by Greek spanakopita, this rustic, savory pie uses any greens you have on hand. Made  and served from a skillet, it works for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

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Dark Horse Umami Bouillon 

Umami is the Japanese concept of a “pleasant savory taste” which spreads across the mouth, enveloping the whole of the palate. This blend is highly concentrated flavor and creates an amazing base of finish to any broths, stocks, soups and sauces of any kind.


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Fig Vinegar

Lio Jozo is a 123-year-old vinegar company located on the Sea of Japan near the town of Miyazu. By controlling the process from start to finish and sticking to traditional production methods, Iio-san produces what is arguably the highest quality rice vinegar in Japan.

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