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March Produce: 16 Craveworthy Vegetarian Recipes

Welcome to March, my friend! It’s been one heck of a winter. Thankfully, the ripe March produce is craveworthy perfection. Bonus: cooking with seasonal produce is both cost-effective and delicious. For this post, I’ve teamed up with 16 amazing food bloggers from around the world. They’ve shared their best recipes which showcase: brussels sprouts, leeks, lemon and cauliflower.

Sweet VegTable March Seasonal Recipes

Here in the Colorado mountains, we expect snow until Mother’s Day! So this March, we’ll keep the fireplace going, flannel jammies on, and tuck into these delicious winter dishes to warm the soul.

Bold Brussels Sprouts

Think brussels are over-boiled or over-hyped? No way, man! All you need is a hot oven, a roasting pan, halved brussels and a little salt & olive oil. Roast until the outer edges are nice and crispy. Epic crunch and flavor depth. My 9-year-old snatches them off the hot pan before I’ve even set it down! Want even more flavor? These 4 food bloggers can raise your brussels sprouts game to restaurant quality!

Lively Lemons

A squeeze of lemon is perfect when you want flavors to POP. I love roasting lemons with other veggies. Aaaand, let’s be honest, I’ll never pass up an iced lemon cake, either! But have you tried lemon in granola? Rice? Asparagus pasta? Charring it for gin & tonic? Check out these 4 epic recipes that show off what a simple lemon can do!

Creamy Asparagus Lemon Vegan Pasta Salad, by Melanie at A Virtual Vegan

Good Morning Granola, by Amy at Bear Plate

Instant Pot Lemon Rice, by Meeta at Piping Pot Curry

Charred Lemon, Rosemary and Coriander Gin & Tonic, by Claire at Sprinkles & Sprouts

Lovely Leeks

Stop walking past those oversized green onions! They may look huge, but leeks are a mild, sweet and delicate type of onion. Try slicing and sautéing the white part of leeks as a substitute for onions. You’ve instantly elevated your dish to new heights. Ready for more? These 4 talented cooks have transformed leeks into your new favorite ingredient!

Leek & Gruyere Grilled Cheese by Elizabeth at Bowl of Delicious

Soba Noodles with Leeks, Sweet Onions & Egg, by Gina at Running to the Kitchen

White Wine Braised Leeks with Parmesan, by Pina Bresciani

Irish Leek and Potato Soup, by Karen at Karen’s Kitchen Stories

Creative Cauliflower

Cauliflower shines when you give it some LOVE… just like people! My favorite is roasty-toasty cauli in a hot oven, but that’s just the beginning. Cauliflower loves to be marinated, sauced and seasoned. It soaks up flavors and is a chameleon ingredient. Wait til you see the recipes these 4 creative food bloggers have created with cauliflower!

Aloo Gobi (Dry Potato & Cauliflower) by Saima at Indian Ambrosia

Cheesy Vegan Cauliflower Casserole by Melissa at Vegan Huggs

Baked Honey Sriracha Cauliflower Wings by Prasanna at Savory Bites Recipes

Vegan Tacos Al Pastor by Aline at Aline Made

I hope this post helps you enjoy eating seasonal produce… even in the winter. But mostly, I hope you enjoy tucking into a new recipe! It’s fun to switch it up and break the everyday meal routine.

Which recipe has made your tastebuds water?

Be sweet to yourself, and happy cooking!

4 Responses

    1. Thank you, Saima! You are an inspiring cook, blogger and photographer! Aloo gobi is my all-time favorite way to enjoy cauliflower and I knew I had to include it… your looks divine and I *will* be making it! Have a beautiful day -Katie

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