16 Fast & Fresh Ideas
Make all of these fresh-filled recipes in 30 minutes or less!
1. Potato & Prosciutto Flatbread
Recipe: Try our Potato & Prosciutto Flatbread
2. Shichimi Togarashi
Sometimes called Japanese seven-spice seasoning, this blend of dried chiles, sesame seeds, seaweed, dried orange zest, and more is a fun way to wake up rice or soups—or a bagel with cream cheese.
3. Waffles with Rhubarb & Ginger Compote
Recipe: Try our Waffles with Rhubarb & Ginger Compote
4. Quick Pickled Zucchini
Recipe: Try our Quick Pickled Zucchini
5. Grilled Steak with Peppadew Romesco & Grilled Scallions
Recipe: Try our Grilled Steak with Peppadew Romesco & Grilled Scallions
6. Tahini-Peanut Noodles
Recipe: Try our Tahini-Peanut Noodles
7. Corn & Ham Fritters
Recipe: Try our Corn & Ham Fritters
8. Lamb Tartlets with Ricotta & Mint
Recipe: Try our Lamb Tartlets with Ricotta & Mint
9. Creamy Crab & Artichoke Bites
Recipe: Try our Creamy Crab & Artichoke Bites
10. Zucchini & Anchovy Pasta
Recipe: Try our Zucchini & Anchovy Pasta
11. Lemon, Mascarpone & Strawberry Pie
Recipe: Try our Lemon, Mascarpone & Strawberry Pie
12. Oh, Honey!
A drizzle of honey is a quick and easy way to dress up your ice cream. Try it on vanilla, chocolate, pistachio, or strawberry.
13. Spring Greens Soup
Recipe: Try our Spring Greens Soup
14. Chicken & Kimchi Bowls
Recipe: Try our Chicken & Kimchi Bowls
It's Chard Season
This pretty green is available year-round, but it's at its peak from now through the summer.
Buy: There are many varieties of Swiss chard, but you're most likely to find green (with white stems), red (red stems), and rainbow (multicolored stems) in the supermarket. A member of the beet family, chard has a stronger flavor than spinach but is milder than kale and collards. Just like you would with any green, look for perky leaves and firm stems when you're shopping.
Store: Stash unwashed chard in a plastic bag and keep it in the crisper drawer. It'll stay fresh for 3 to 5 days.
Prep: Before you get cooking, give your chard a good rinse. Swishing the leaves around in a big bowl of water can be helpful for removing the grit that can get trapped within the bumpy leaves and along the stems. To easily prep chard, fold the leaves in half along the stems, then slice along the stems. Chop up the sturdy stems so they'll cook more quickly.
15. Chard & Pineapple Smoothie
Recipe: Try our Chard & Pineapple Smoothie
16. Braised Rainbow Chard Rolls with Sausage
Recipe: Try our Braised Rainbow Chard Rolls with Sausage