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Salmon With Fresh Sorrel SauceSalmon is a firm fish that makes perfect “steaks” for any preparation. This recipe features a mouthwatering sauce of pureed sorrel, walnuts, garlic, bread, and savory spices. After the salmon is quickly broiled in the oven, it will be golden and fork-tender. Serve it with a side of the flavorful sorrel sauce.
Spring RisottoRisotto is classic Italian dish made with rice, veggies, and sometimes meat. This version is easy to make, and features spring favorites such as fennel, leeks, asparagus, and peas. The rice is cooked in chicken broth, white wine, and spices, then the veggies are added. The dish is elevated with creamy mascarpone, Parmesan, and chives.
Peas With Lemon, Mint, & ScallionsThe fresh peas of spring are better than anything available in a can. Use them for this refreshingly simple take on minted peas. After you cook the peas until tender, prepare the velvety sauce with cream, sautéed scallions, fresh lemon zest, and a kiss of mint. Everything is mixed together and served with a mint garnish.
Blood Orange Upside-Down CakeIf you adore pineapple upside- down cake, wait until you taste this version made with fresh blood oranges! The bottom of the pan is layered with thin slices of blood orange, and a buttery caramel sauce. The orange-infused cake batter is poured over the caramel mixture, and it bakes in about 40 minutes. Once inverted, this upside-down cake makes a stunning presentation.
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