January seems like a tough time for produce. Do you know what's in season in January? You have apples, beets, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, chicory, clementines, cranberries, grapefruit, kale, leeks, lemons, oranges, parsnips, pears, persimmons, pomegranates, shallots, spinach, sweet potatoes, tangerines, turnips, and winter squash. Of course, these items will vary depending on the time of the month and where you live. Here are some recipes that you can make this January.
Instant Pot Chicken and Spinach Ramen via Half Baked Harvest
Start the week off strong with this Instant Pot Chicken and Spinach Ramen. You can cook this in less than 45 minutes. You don’t need to use the stove or oven. You can use your Instant Pot. The chicken will be tender and moist after 20 minutes. It will literally fell apart when you shred it.
Coconut Curry Cauliflower Stew with Potatoes and Cashews via Rhubarbarians
This vegan will help warm up your winter nights. This Coconut Curry Cauliflower Stew kicks a lot of flavors. The ingredients are quite healthy and yummy! Whip up a warm and comforting dinner with this recipe in under an hour!
Wild Rice Burrito Bowl with Cilantro-Lime Avocado Dressing via Exsloth
If you have a massive sweet tooth and love breakfast, you will love this recipe. Your body will also thank you for all the nutrients that this dish has. This recipe is so super easy to make. You can also change or tweak the ingredients if you want. You can use kale or spinach instead of lettuce. You can use brown rice or quinoa instead of wild rice.
The 4 Ingredient Green Smoothie via Pinch of Yum
This is the perfect after-school snack. It’s a 4-ingredient green smoothie that is refreshing and healthy. You don’t have to wait for hot summer days to enjoy this yummy smoothie. This is quite filling.
Roasted Winter Slaw via Pass the Plants
When you have a fancy kind of cabbage like a savoy or even just a plain variety, you can transform this into a savory, soft, delectable goodness. With this recipe, you can add shredded sweet potato or squash to give the recipe some color and sweetness. You can also throw in other ingredients to make it more nutritious.
Chocolate Beet Cake With Tangy Blood Orange Frosting via Brooklyn Super
This recipe is made with beets and olive oil. The beets provide a silkiness to the crumb and create a deeper flavor without overwhelming everything else. The olive oil gives it a moist tender crumb. The cream cheese is light and tangy. It’s yummy, yummy, yummy!
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