7 Delicious Things You Need to Cook in March

February 28, 2016 | By | Comments (0)

We’ve reached that glorious time of year when spring’s produce is starting to pop up in grocery stores and farmers’ market–but we also have fantastic winter produce hanging around just a bit longer. With that in mind, here are the seven recipes you just have to make this month to enjoy what’s coming and what’s going.

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Balsamic Hanger Steak with Greens and Parmesan: Balsamic vinegar does double duty, both tenderizing the steak and imparting robust flavor.

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Bucatini Puttanesca: Tomatoes simmer with anchovies, olives, and capers for a tangy, rustic meal sure to please all tastebuds.

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Egg Ravioli: These gorgeous ravioli come together easily thanks to pot sticker wrappers, which are made with the same ingredients as pasta dough. Just wait till you cut in and taste how good this appetizer is.

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Fish Nuggets with Crispy Asparagus “Fries”: Let the kids help, and they’ll love eating their own kitchen masterpiece. Serve this kid classic with simply steamed carrots, if you like.

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Vegetable Lasagna with Butternut Béchamel: Our saucy lasagna packs more than 2 cups of vegetables into each slice, is overflowing with melty cheese, and has half the calories of the original.

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Pistachio-Chai Muffins: For your St. Patrick’s Day treat, a simple sugar glaze anchors crunchy pistachios, while aromatic spices and black tea speckle the dough.

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Roasted Salmon with Thyme and Honey-Mustard Glaze: Every Easter celebration needs a spectacular centerpiece. A bed of fragrant fresh thyme lends wonderful flavor to the fish. Have your fishmonger remove the pin bones from the fillet, and choose one cut toward the head end of the fish.

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