You don’t need to add sausage to this recipe, it just takes it up a notch. This a great dish served alongside a roasted chicken or Roasted Kale Salad.
Sunchokes are a great alternative to potatoes. You can even mix the two together in this mash. I’m using sunflower oil instead of butter for this recipe because sunflowers are in the same family as sunchokes.
Sweet potatoes are a great ingredient to have already cooked and ready to leap into a salad or grain bowl. Because we’ve started carrying miso products in the Marketplace this week, I wanted to create a simple and quick recipe that highlighted the sweet potato and miso…it’s a winning combo!
Didjaknow that kohlrabi has a delicate flavor which is highlighted when eaten raw? Here’s an alternative way to prepare it without using the oven or stove! Give it a shot!
This is the best way to get potatoes with a soft, pillowy inside and crispy golden outside. It takes an extra 10 minutes to cook…but totally worth it!
Oven roasted sausage with shallots and grapes