Stuffed Cabbage Rolls -Try this Stuffed Cabbage Roll recipe that's packed with protein, whole grain, veggies and lots of flavor. Top with grated parmesan cheese and pair with a glass of milk and bowl of fruit for dessert for a balanced MyPlate meal.
Egg Roll in a Bowl - Celebrate NY cabbage with this nutritious and flavorful recipe. Really like egg rolls but want a quicker, easier version? Save time, but keep all the flavor with this Egg Roll in a Bowl recipe.
Roasted Cabbage and Apples with Pork Tenderloin -Celebrate NY cabbage with this delicious one pot meal. This Roasted Cabbage and Apples with Pork Tenderloin is comforting and filling, yet refreshing with a hint of sweetness. Give it a try and remember to support local farms by using NY cabbage!
Potato and Root Veggie Mash - Add flavor and nutrients to your traditional mashed potatoes with this tuber and root mix. Spice it up with your favorite seasonings and add buttermilk or cream for a super smooth puree. For a fun twist for the kiddos you can even add color. To make them orange, pink, or purple you can use carrots, beets, or sweet potatoes. Pairs well with any meal, like a side to roasted meat and veggies or for a vegetarian option as a hearty base for sautéed mushrooms and veggies.
All of January we will be sharing a variety of POTATO related info, including recipe videos every Thursday, and our Seneca County schools will be highlighting local NY potatoes in their cafeterias for their NY Thursday menu item.
Local NY farms are known for growing potatoes, especially some of our neighbors just to the north. During these winter months when not much is growing, stored potatoes are a great choice for bringing a local harvest to the table. From hash browns, French fries, and baked, roasted, or mashed potatoes to potatoes au gratin, potato salad, and soups and stews, there are many ways to enjoy potatoes!
We hope you show some extra love for fresh, local NY potatoes this month...and this year!