Friday, 1 April 2016

Eat Your Greens Round up and Welcoming Your April Recipes

Welcome to March Round  edition of Eat Your Greens. This is a monthly vegetarian and vegan cooking challenge for food bloggers to make something with a green vegetable (or fruit) each month.  

I hope you will join in this months #EatYourGreens challenge hosted by The Veg HogFollow this link on how to participate and then just leave a comment with a link to your blog post either here or on The VegHog's #EatYourGreens hosting page, but before that here is the Round Up from March 2016. 
The first recipe comes from Lisa's Kitchen.  Lisa shares with us Roasted Carrot and Azuki Bean Salad.  The carrots in this salad visually almost mimic 'chorizo'.  The salad is further enhanced with buttery avocado and baby spinach. 
Next we have is a plate of scrumptious Beet Balls and Roasted Potato Salad from The Taste Space.  This dish is also enhanced with mixed greens and dill pickles and a creamy dressing. 

Choclette from Tin and Thyme bring to the table a gorgeous vegetable packed Green Vegetable Galette.  This Green Galette has asparagus, peas and spinach - all picked from the freezer.
Linsey from Home Cooked Food shares with us a zingy Cilantro aka Coriander for those of us living in Europe with Penne Pasta. This would make a lovely working lunch.
The Veg Hog, my lovely new co-host for Eat Your Greens shares a humble White Risotto with Cavolo Nero.  Its lemony and bitter from the kale.  Did you know that Cavolo Nero has many names - Tuscan Kale, black Kale and Dinosaur Kale!
And finally my contribution of Green Quiche.  The Quiche is packed with Broccoli and the pastry is coloured with sprirulina powder. 
Please do go by and check each contribution and leave a comment, I know my fellow bloggers would appreciate it. And please share with us your #EatYourGreens recipes. Follow this link on how to participate  and then just leave a comment with a link to your blog post.  Please make sure you abide by the rules as all recipes must be either vegetarian or vegan. 


  1. Thank you for the round up! Quite a nice bunch of green recipes again.

  2. Ooh, beet balls sound good. In fact everything looks delicious. Thanks for the round-up.


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