Hello everyone! This week’s bag is going to make you smile–avocados and limes and lilikoi from Uluwehi Farms, Swiss chard from Ho Farms, organic mixed baby greens from Kahumana Farm, and shishito peppers, grape tomatoes, and long beans from Pacific Gateway farmers! So much yumminess, I am not sure where to start!
Grilled Shishito Peppers These look so good in the picture! While you are grilling you might want to throw on some fish and even could put a few of those grape tomatoes on a skewer or wrap them up in foil with a splash of olive oil and some salt. All done-and hardly any dishes 😉
Chard-Garbanzo Fritters I really really want to make these….
Sirloin Steaks with Garlicky Swiss Chard Don’t forget, you can order local beef (stew, ground, sirloin)right from Oahu Fresh and we’ll deliver it! Which would make this recipe oh so easy…
Garlic Parmesan Avocado Cauliflower Mash I love cauliflower mashed, grilled, or made into rice. Adding avocado seems like a great idea and the parmesan probably puts it over the top.
Roasted Grape Tomatoes with Tangled Noodles This recipe looks fast, easy, and yummy. You won’t be getting 4 cups of grape tomatoes, probably about 2, so cut all quantities by half in this recipe.
Beef with Chinese Green Beans You could also use ground pork in this.
Create a wonderfully creamy and healthy dressing for your salad greens using your avocado. This recipe comes from Dr. Micaire at Global Health Chiropractic (shout out ;)–she keeps me in top form for carrying heavy produce boxes!) and you probably received a recipe card from her just a few weeks ago.
Here it is in case you are new to our service or misplaced it:
Avocado Basil Vinaigrette
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
1/3 cup apple cider vinegar
handful fresh basil
Mix all together in food processor.
Yup! That’s it! And Dr. Micaire says EVOO and apple cider vinegar work best on this one but you can get creative. Prepare for creamy deliciousness on any salad!
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