Spring Recipes for Seasonal Produce
Spring Fruits & Vegetables
« This vibrant stew showcases white asparagus, fresh cranberry beans, scallions and fresh herbs.
« Grilling apricots brings out their sweetness and adds a delicious smokey flavor.
« The nutty flavor of steamed artichokes is especially delicious with a smoky, herb-flecked mayonnaise.
« This sauce—made with cream, ginger, garlic and chiles—is a superflavorful dressing for fresh asparagus.
« This tangy, luscious soup is an excellent make-ahead dish: Simply puree everything except the garnish, then chill.
« Dan Barber’s brilliant recipe makes braised carrots the star and lamb the accompaniment.
« Pinch Food Design chef Bob Spiegel loves to rethink classic combinations, like this architectural take on blini and caviar.
« Paul Kahan braises chicken in beer to make an excellent spring stew that makes great use of fava beans.
« Jeff Cerciello tosses fresh spring vegetables with a lightly tangy crème fraîche and poppy seed dressing.
« Leeks lend their delicious flavor to braised chicken in this elegant but easy-to-make dish.
« Yigit Pura’s crisp-creamy French dessert combines little lime meringue kisses with basil ice cream and sweet mango sorbet.
« This pea soup from chef Daniel Humm gets a topping of intensely mushroomy, supremely rich morel cream, then topped with whole morels.
« When spring finally arrives, chef Mike Lata uses delicate peas and pea shoots to make this simple side dish.
« Pineapple stars in Andrew Carmellini’s playful version of pork fried rice.
« José Andrés says, ”If you have some potatoes, green beans and cauliflower, you have a heck of a dish that can feed an entire family.“
« Grace Parisi’s flaky, sweet strawberry-rhubarb pie is classic and satisfying.
« Mauricio Couly wraps a mix of spring spinach, fava beans, green beans and mint in his paprika-spiced empanada dough.
« Steve Sicinski’s salad combines plenty of vibrant-tasting ingredients, like watercress, pomegranate and orange, so a little goes a long way.