In honor of National Shrimp Day, we’re sharing this Ochsner Eat Fit NOLA Roasted Shrimp and Green Beans recipe. Gather your shrimp and green beans from the market and get to work!
In case you missed it, our produce was featured on WGNO Wednesday morning for a cooking demonstration with Green to Go! You can watch the demo and learn how to make the delicious dish online here or get the recipe from our archive here.
This week’s recipe is courtesy of our friends at Ochsner Eat Fit NOLA! You’ll be able to find nearly all the ingredients for this dish at our markets. We suggest using shrimp, but you can use any protein variety or enjoy it without! The blueberry vinaigrette will become one of your new favorite salad dressings.
Only four ingredients and twenty minutes are needed to make one of the easiest and tastiest recipes ever. Grab yellow squash, zucchini, bacon, and onion from our markets and cook up a storm. It’s kid and adult friendly!
Did you know you can use beets to make an all-natural food dye? Since it’s the season of dying foods, we thought we’d share this beet red food dye recipe! Use the dye the same way you would use any other dye. Enjoy!
Crab meat is back at the market and we have snow peas, so why not stuff the snow peas with crab meat?! We’re already fantasizing about this combo. Recipes don’t have to be complex to be delicious!
It's fava bean season! This simple, delicious Fava Beans & Shrimp dish is ideal for Friday Lenten meals or any springtime lunch or dinner. Pick up a few pounds of Louisiana shrimp and fresh favas at the market this week.
Gather the market greens and fresh fennel for this tasty recipe. It’ll make a perfect lunch or dinner or a side dish for a bigger feast!
Beets with feta cheese is a classic combination. This recipe makes a perfect appetizer, side dish, or even main course! Choose to top it with grilled chicken or shrimp to make it Lenten friendly.
This grilled fish taco recipe gets a spicy flavor from chili powder and is filled with fresh market vegetables. It’s a perfect kid-friendly Lenten recipe for the whole family. Try it out with fresh salsa and tortilla chips from Isabel!
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