It’s Almost Earth Day! Think About Recipes for Sunday!
With Earth Day right around the corner, here are some recipes we know you’d love to celebrate the Earth and promote green. Follow the jump for the full list!
Green Bean Salad: This green bean salad is packed full of the tastes of mushrooms, red onion, garlic and green beans.
Green Pea Stew: This stew begins with a homemade sauce and is easiest to eat in wide, rimmed bowls.
Stuffed Green Peppers: This simple recipe is quick, easy and healthy! It’s also meat-free.
Green Tomato Pie: I originally found the recipe for Green Tomato Pie in an old cookbook my grandmother had. It makes a great brunch addition or a light lunch entrée. Some people even like it for dessert.
Green Asparagus Casserole: For variations on this dish, add green peas, cooked cubed celery or hard-cooked egg slices. Also, it may be used as an entree if the white meat of chicken is put on the bottom of the casserole.
Wilted Greens and Pine Nuts: Pine nuts make any dish look elegant and taste fantastic. Toast the nuts first for an especially nutty flavor!
Collard Green with Onions and Bacon: These dark, leafy greens are high in fiber and are very common in Southern cooking. Very tasty with a little bit of spice.
Red Potato and Green Pea Salad: This pretty green and red salad is a great addition to a summer picnic.
Green Bean and Spinach Salad: Make this green bean and spinach salad the night before for best results. It’s a great dish to share with friends and family at all your summer parties, events, and picnics.
Veggie Bean Dip: This white bean dip is bursting with garden bounty.
Tell me foodies: What are you doing for Earth Day?