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Savory Magazine February/March 2017
Spring Into Produce
Take 5 Beef ’n Bean Chili
This easy chili recipe has just 5 ingredients, and it only takes half an hour to make. For an even bolder flavor, you can also simmer it on a slow-cooker.
Pull-Apart Pizza Rolls
A twist on classic pizza, these rolls are the perfect bite-sized addition to any party.
Rich chocolate and full-bodied beer combine in this enticing brownie.
Italian Sausage and Broccoli Rabe Tomato Sauce
This recipe is a Savory family favorite. You won’t believe how easy and delicious it is.
Cod in Paper Hearts
Clean-up is a breeze for this recipe since the fish is cooked in individual parchment packets.
Zesty Mahi Mahi with Corn and Black Beans
Fast and fresh fish meets sweet corn in this 15 min. meal that is sure to be a family favorite.
Spaghetti with Chicken and Tomato Sauce
Whole wheat spaghetti is perfect for soaking up this delicious sauce.
Stir-Fry Chicken Noodles
Have you ever wondered how that Chinese food place down the street makes their noodles? Wonder no more, with this easy recipe you can make in just 20 minutes.
Brown Rice Bowl
Try this tasty bowl for breakfast and dinner.
Glazed ham is a holiday season must. Hints of orange and apple make this ham stand out from the rest. Plus you won’t believe how easy it is to make!
Bunny Butt Cupcakes
Bunny butts made of sweet marzipan make the perfect Easter topping to simple cupcakes.
Vitamin-rich carrots braised in balsamic vinegar and garlic are so simple to make and delicious served over grains, with salads, or as a side.
Vegetable Flower Bouquet with Dip
Fun and fresh. This cup of veggies and dip adds a crisp and delicious accent to any occasion, from parties to picnics. A creative way to enjoy cool creamy ranch dip with a celery, pepper and tomato bouquet.
Asparagus soup with ham and egg
This simple soup makes the perfect addition to any spring meal. Make a double batch and freeze half for busy days. No white asparagus available? Simply substitute another bunch of green asparagus.
Delight everyone at your dinner table this Easter with this delicious and colorful Easter bread. Uncooked colored eggs bake with the bread giving it a fun presentation like a nest filled with eggs just waiting to be cracked into.
Mini Chocolate Cheesecakes
These no-bake chocolate cheesecakes are light and creamy. You can spice ’em up with a few drops of orange oil and a dash of cayenne and cinnamon.
Scalloped potatoes are a timeless, enjoyable side that's loved all year round. This classic recipe is so rich, creamy and brilliantly buttery, your family will ask for it again and again.
Roasted Rainbow Asparagus
You can roast asparagus to perfection in just 30 minutes with a drizzle of olive oil and a squeeze of lemon.
Chicken and Mango Salad
Sweet and spicy sauce tossed with chicken and mango makes the perfect snack.
Pasta with Swiss Chard, Eggplant and Mushrooms
Couscous Stuffed Artichokes
Cooking with whole artichokes may seem like a daunting task at first, but it's actually quite simple—and the presentation of this stuffed veggie is as impressive as it comes. Just scoop out the center and stuff with this delicious blend of raisins and spices for an unforgettable and delicious centerpiece.
Honeydew Mint Smoothie
Kefir is cultured milk product that is very good for digestion. You can substitute buttermilk or plain (not Greek) yogurt if you prefer.
Baja Chops with Pineapple Salsa
If you’ve never ventured outside of the realm of traditional salsa, you’re in for a treat. Made with red onion, cilantro, lime and fresh pineapple, this tart and tangy salsa makes a refreshing accompaniment to juicy grilled pork chops. Serve as part of any summer meal.
sweet and sour meatballs with peppers and pineapple
shaved fennel salad
Raw fennel is an excellent salad addition when thinly shaved and paired with other cooling green vegetables, like zucchini and cucumber, as in this fresh salad. Warm toasted pine nuts and salty feta cheese provide balance. A refreshing salad, perfect for early spring.
Tangy Broccoli Salad
This tangy broccoli salad is a wonderful lunch or dinner side, and makes a great potluck or picnic dish. Reduced-fat mayo and cheddar cheese pair well with broccoli, and sunflower seeds add nutritional value and a pleasant crunch.
Apricot Chicken Salad
Rack of Lamb and Baby Potatoes
Your guests will love this rack of lamb in a simple red wine sauce with crispy roasted potatoes, and you’ll love how it comes together in just 30 minutes.
Smoked Trout on Matzo
Smoked trout combines with red onion, tart lemon, and dill to top off matzo in this easy and delectable appetizer in just 15 minutes.
Carrot Ginger Salad
Carrots, cilantro, and pistachios tossed in a ginger vinaigrette make for a salad that’s great on its own, mixed with lettuce, or layered in a sandwich.
Flourless Chocolate Cake
This rich flourless chocolate cake is so delicious that you’ll make it all year round, not just at Passover. Plus, it’s ready in just 30 minutes.
passover spiced apple pecan cake
passover sweet and sour meatballs
Apple Almond Cake
This gluten-free apple almond cake is so delicious, you'll want to make it each and every fall. Granny Smith apples, brown sugar, vanilla and eggs combine with almond flour for a rich, dense cake with just the right amount of sweetness.
Cucumber Salmon Bites
These elegant cucumber salmon bites are the perfect appetizer to present as a first course nibble at the Passover meal. Horseradish sauce and dill are all you need to add kick and flavor to cool cucumber and salty smoked salmon.
Matzo Ball Chicken Soup
This chicken soup is warm, filling and comforting. Whether you're preparing for a weeknight meal or a Passover celebration, this hearty soup is full of soul… not to mention vegetables like leeks, celery and carrots, and classic salty matzo balls.
Easy Lamb Cake
These guilt-free carrot-banana muffins make the perfect late-night snack or nutritious on-the-go breakfast.
Lime and Basil Strawberries
A squeeze of lime and a sprinkle of basil make sweet, fresh strawberries even more refreshing. This no-cook fruit dessert is perfect for a warm spring day.
Mini Fillo Quiches
Delicate fillo shells filled with cheesy eggs and bacon make these bite-sized quiches a brunch must, or you can even serve them with cocktails.
Egg salad sandwiches
For a classic picnic lunch, nothing beats an egg salad sandwich with mustard, olives, and a sprinkle of chives.
Simple ingredients like flour, eggs, cashews, and carrots combine to make crispy carrot fritters that come together in under 30 minutes.
This method for chocolate mousse requires virtually no cooking and is the perfect chilled dessert for spring, ready in just 20 minutes.
Iron-rich kale and spinach are delicious when mixed with apples, pears, celery, and cucumber in this green juice packed with vitamins and minerals.
Make healthier eating a family effort with these kid-friendly recipes!
Bird Nest Donuts
Kid-friendly and fun, bird nest donuts could not be easier to make with just donuts, chocolate chips, shredded coconut, and chocolate eggs.
Quick and Easy Peach Crumble
Home-made dessert doesn't have to be a hassle. This delicious peach crumble whips together in about half an hour, and goes great with vanilla ice cream.
Want to enjoy fresh-baked pastries from the comfort of your own kitchen? Try this recipe for homemade strawberry turnovers with a sweet vanilla glaze.
Surprise your kids on Christmas morning with a big pan of monkey bread for breakfast. Biscuit dough cut into bite-size pieces combines with cinnamon, sugar, brown sugar, walnuts and raisins for a sticky sweet treat to start your day with.
These ham pockets are reminiscent of a calzone, and need only a simple marinara or pizza sauce for dipping. Because they can be frozen fully cooked and reheated in the microwave, they are an excellent make-ahead dish for impromptu dinners or to have for the kids.
robin's egg easter basket cupcake
Kids will love helping to decorate these cute cupcake nests and topping them with the little eggs—a great way to add a homemade touch to your Easter celebrations.
fish and chips with apple-ranch slaw
The ultimate kid-friendly dinner.
Parmesan Chicken Dip
Headed to a party, or hosting your own? This hearty dip will steal the snack-table spotlight, and disappear in even less time than it takes to make it.
Fruit Nectar Soda
This low-sugar beverage is a fresh and colorful alternative to soda. Choose your own fruit flavor like guava, pear, peach, or mango.