This Garden of Plenty Salad added to a meal is great for your health. Although it’s low in calories, the vegetables in a garden are usually high in fiber and packed with vitamins and minerals. Not only that, but eating a salad a day helps to lower the bad cholesterol in your body. All this with the added bonus of great taste! This salad is super quick and easy to prepare and you can serve it in a large bowl, family style, or serve in individual servings.
Roasting asparagus quickly in a hot oven is a fantastic way to preserve and concentrate all of the wonderful spring flavor inside each stalk. Add flake salt. Salt Roasted Asparagus and Lemon Zest Recipe from Easy Gluten-Free Entertaining Cookbook by GlutenSmart.com.
Stuffed Tomatoes with Truffle Herbed Goat Cheese Recipe from Easy Gluten-Free Entertaining Cookbook by GlutenSmart. When I think of spring, immediately the vision of tulips come to mind. So, why not serve up some edible tulips at your spring party? In the form of tomatoes, that is. Hollow out a tomato and what does it resemble? You got it, a tulip. Now pair it with some creamy goat cheese, herbs and a touch of truffle oil and you have one delicious garden bouquet to serve up to your guests.
Gourds and Greens Soup Recipe from Easy Gluten-Free Entertaining Cookbook from GlutenSmart. Spring greens are delightful and our bodies crave them after a long dreary winter. The finished product has the soft sweet texture of the winter squash and some of the crunch from the summer gourd to contrast it.