Welcome to July's Round up of Eat Your Greens. We have 6 super vegetarian and vegan recipes, all very different and all perfect for summer eating out in the garden.
The first recipe comes from Beth who blogs over at BLT in MT with Grilled Bok Choy and Spicy Vinaigrette served with Macaraoni Yum - yes, its vegan too. Beth has used homegrown bok choy in stir fries, but also smoothies, but she writes grilling it is perhaps her favourite way of eating it. I will have to try this way of cooking bok choy as I never have.
The second recipe comes from Helen who blogs over at Roast Chicken and A Country Walk. Helen shared with us a Mexican Salad with Chilli Lime Dressing. The green here comes from the buttery avocado, green chilli and zesty coriander. I love Mexican food and this really calls to me.
Lisa from Lisa's Kitchen shared Broccoli and Chickpea Salad. Lisa describes this as a 'earthy salad'. I love that description - earthy, that often makes me think of beetroot, but her its 'broccoli florets with plump buttery soft chickpeas and nutty brown rice'. That is not all, its finished off with a zesty dressing that includes pineapple juice. Go and check it out, its perfect for summer days.
Corina from Searching For Spice bring to the table her Courgetti Salad. Her Courgetti Salad is enhanced further with a Middle Eastern spice Baharat which intrigues me. The courgetti is made easy with a spiralizer which then only takes moments to put this dish together and ready for the serving and more importantly - eating!
My lovely co-host The Veg Hog shares with us a handsome bowl of Vegetable Jambalaya. This is no ordinary Red and Green Jambalaya - its has smoky undertones and sweetness from local tomatoes. The green comes from sugar snap peas and fresh pea shoots.
And finally, my own contribution which was Strawberry, Spinach and Asparagus Salad.
I hope you will join in this months #EatYourGreens challenge hosted by The Veg Hog,
Follow 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.