Buying seasonal vegetables is not only better for the environment, they also taste delicious! To help you out, here’s a list of the vegetables that are in season this month, and some delicious recipes you can make with each one.
Options for vegans, veggies and meat-eaters
*Make sure all meat and dairy comes from responsible sources!
Kale is a leafy vegetable, from the brassica family (which includes brocolli, cabbage, cauliflower and sprouts). Health conscious foodies love it due to its high nutrient values. Gram for gram, kale has more than twice the vitamin C than an orange. It’s also a great source of vitamin A, calcium and anti-inflammatory compounds. Delicious roasted, steamed or blended raw into smoothies!
Kale Pesto Vegan
Kale Chips Vegan
Cabbage is a low calorie vegetable but is also high in fibre so is a much loved by anyone who’s trying to lose a few pounds. It’s also rich in anti-oxidants and a great source of Vitamins C, K, B-1, B-5 and B-6. Cabbage is delicious steamed, fried, or when made into soups. And for anyone who’s cutting the carbs, it makes a fab replacement for wraps and tacos!
Indian Fried Cabbage Vegan
Cabbage, Kale and Potato Rosti Vegetarian
Cabbage Soup with Cannelini Beans Vegetarian & Vegan option
Spring onions are actually very young onions that have been harvested before they get a chance to swell and therefore have a much milder taste than onions. They are high in vitamins C and B-2 and minerals such as potassium. Spring onions are delicious raw in salads, rice bowls, or in noodle soups.
Spring onion pancakes Vegetarian
Spring Vegetable Risotto Meat with Vegan option
Buddha bowl Vegan
Cauliflower is really high in Vitamin C. It’s also high in protein and fibre which help keep you fuller for longer and is great for digestive health. Delicious roasted, steamed, or made into a stew or curry. Cauliflower is a great alternative for vegans and for anyone with gluten intolerances as it’s a great substitute for rice and pizza bases.
Cauliflower Crust Pizza Vegetarian
Cauliflower Curry Vegetarian & Vegan alternative
Spring greens are a type of cabbage and like the other members of the brassica family are high in vitamin C, which is perfect for supporting immune systems. They are delicious fried with garlic as a side or put into noodle soups and stews.
Green Shakshuka With Brown Sugar Yoghurt Vegetarian
Veggie Pot Noodle Meat & Vegan options
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If you have any other recipes using these season veg which are just too good to keep to yourself, then leave us a comment below!