Entrees

Stir Fry Shrimp with Parsnip Rice

This recipe was submitted as part of our We ♥ Local Parsnips Recipe Contest by Sarah Lavoie.  Sarah says, "I love meals that are fast, fresh, healthy, and use only 1 pan! This meal meets all these requirements."

Wintertime Tagine

This recipe was submitted in our We ♥ Local Parsnips Recipe Contest by Susan Rutherford. Susan says, "Growing up, my grandmother made tzimmes, a wonderful Jewish dish made of winter root vegetables and dried fruits. This dish has the same delicious ingredients, plus added spices from the Middle East that make the house smell delicious and sweet."

Coconut Shrimp

Try this slightly sweet and satisfyingly crunchy recipe as an appetizer or atop a salad. 

Garlicky Parsotto with Parsnip Crisps

This recipe was the winner of our We Local Parsnips Recipe Contest and was submitted by Jamie Holt.  Of the recipe, Jamie says, "Parsnips are my favorite root vegetable, and this savory dish does a great job at showcasing the variety of ways in which parsnips can be prepared.  The grated parsnip blends in flawlessly with the arborio rice, making it a perfect dish to present to veggie-wary toddlers, and the parsnip crisps top it off with a nice crunch and flavor.  My "parsotto" is also flexible; spinach could easily be substituted or supplemented with another favorite veggie, mushrooms, or crumbled bacon.  The parsibilities are endless."

City Market's Curried Chicken Salad

Spice up your next meal with some curried chicken salad! 

Southwestern Spaghetti Squash with Beans

Not sure how to use spaghetti squash, other than smothering it with tomato sauce? Try this version!

Unstuffed Cabbage

A family favorite, this hearty (and economical) dish goes well with steamed broccoli and carrots. Serve over cooked brown rice if you like; any leftover meatballs can be stuffed in a hoagie roll for the next day’s lunch.

Bok Choy Salad with Ramen

Ready in just 20 minutes, this easy-to-transport salad is great for potlucks. Just double the recipe for a crowd. The crispy noodles and bok choy complement pork tenderloin, baked tofu steaks and stir-fried chicken tenders as well.

Feisty 5 Spice Chicken Wings

These wings are best served either hot or at room temperature, garnished with finely-sliced scallion and sesame seeds. Offer extra sauce or sriracha glaze on the side. 

Thai Seafood Curry

Different curry pastes come in varying concentrations, so use the recommended amount for your brand based on serving size. Make this recipe your own by adding your favorite veggies! 

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