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    Spring Vegetables

    Asparagus, Artichokes, Leeks, Mushrooms, New Potatoes, Peas, Spinach.
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    From the June 2006 issue of Real Simple magazine. My friend, Shelly, was raving about an excellent pea salad that she had prepared. (It had even earned the approval of Mean Chef. LOL) While flipping through my issue of the magazine one evening, I discovered this recipe and thought that it sounded wonderful. It was amusing to learn that THIS was the pea salad that had impressed her. It is a fresh change from the usual mayo-laden pea salads.

    Recipe #169033

    I made some changes to this recipe I found on the 'net, making it easier to prepare, without losing any of the taste. Minced Onion and garlic are sauteed in olive oil, then the peas are simmer in chicken broth. I expected the kids to groan, but they liked it.

    Recipe #145450

    I have had this many times over the years at family reunions and church meals. Paula Deen even has the recipe on her site on FoodTV. Can be doubled or tripled. Simple to make, easier to love!!! Edited to add: I have now tried this with frozen peas as recommended by the reviewers! Frozen peas are the way to go. It has better flavor and texture! But again, use whatever is your preference!

    Recipe #90735

    6 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    An easy baked asparagus side dish.

    Recipe #181399

    This came from my step-sister as a side dish she made one Thanksgiving. I've made it for my boyfriend with great reviews, he said it tastes a lot like spinach artichoke dip you get as an appetizer.

    Recipe #141612

    This is my FAVORITE way to eat spinach without making it really unhealthy with cream for a creamed spinach. I love creamed spinach but it isn't that great for you so this is the best adaption!

    Recipe #332871

    Roasting artichokes brings out the great nutty flavor. We really enjoy artichokes fixed this way. The process is so simple, you just tuck it in your head; just pick the number of artichokes and pick a pan into which they will all fit. Most artichokes come from California--the belt stretches from San Mateo county into Monterey County. The recipe comes from

    Recipe #89190

    Artichokes are sauteed in garlic butter before steaming. A simple and delicious way to use artichokes!

    Recipe #61210

    17 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    I made this tonight for dinner and it was wonderful. Original recipe is from my Webber Cookbook and I've changed it up for us.

    Recipe #237746

    Recipe #296577

    Simple ingredients make for a sumptuous side dish.

    Recipe #275094

    8 Reviews |  By chia

    Another easy recipe from Cooking Light

    Recipe #56315

    I often make delicious recipe #31207 and recipe #100417 individually, but it just makes sense to combine it all together in one great side dish! Also good as a steak, poultry, or fish topper. I just love it when the leeks are in season here in the Pacific Northwest... :)

    Recipe #246891

    Makes a yummy and different side dish.

    Recipe #143977

    13 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Found this recipe in a book called Cook right for your type (about food for different blood groups). Sounded so interesting and is very delicious

    Recipe #61363

    A Weight Watchers recipe for an elegant but easy side dish. Posting it here to save for my Easter menu but thought other chefs might be interested as well. (Core or 2 points)

    Recipe #213918

    4 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    This is an incredibly easy and very wonderful way to prepare leeks. It is a perfect accompaniment for grilled fish or chicken served with buttered noodles. From the Perfect Vegetables Cookbook by Cook's Illustrated.

    Recipe #113408

    1 Reviews |  By wizkid

    The easiest starter you could make and believe me, it is delicious.

    Recipe #227725

    We love this as a side dish whenever we have steak. Seasonings are approximate as I just sprinkle over the mushrooms.

    Recipe #148824

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