Mango Butter

Recipes

Here’s to a classic St. Patrick’s Day double whammy, made with peas and edamame mashed into creamy potatoes and topped with browned pork sausages. Serve with cooked greens on the side for extra luck.

Full of flavor from rich scallops, juicy shrimp and tender cod, these seafood burgers are topped with a tangy, roasted cabbage slaw. Serve with lemon wedges on the side.

All at once tart, sweet, spicy and fresh, this crunchy celery salad is dressed with a tahini and date dressing spiked with lemon juice and mint.

Naturally sweet and fragrant, these gluten-free treats make the most of a ripe, juicy mango. A combination of almond flour and cornmeal creates the perfect, cake-y texture.

A quick homemade, sweet-tart rhubarb jam is the perfect complement to salty, sliced ham, Dijon mustard and rustic, whole wheat toast.

These deviled eggs put the color inside the egg, not outside, with the addition of beets to a classically creamy yolk filling. Look for precooked, peeled beets in the produce section.

These whole wheat crêpes are filled with smoked salmon and topped with a creamy mixture of peas and dill. Matzoh fans can make a rustic version of these crêpes using matzoh meal; matzoh crêpes are very tender, so flip them carefully.

This crunchy granola packed with sweet fruits and nuts is a delicious way to celebrate Passover, but it’s also tasty enough to turn to year-round. It’s great for breakfast, and also try it as an alternative to trail mix.

This easy, impressive roast is perfect for a celebratory meal. If you like, you can make the mint sauce up to a day ahead of time; just let it come to room temperature before serving.

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This simple combination of leafy green lettuce, sweet red onion, sliced apples, roasted pecans and dried cherries tossed in raspberry vinaigrette can serve as a main lunch entrée or on the side in a more extravagant meal.

Three kinds of olives join two varieties of bell peppers to create a flavorful dressing for baby salad greens. Top with grilled citrus salmon for a delicious light summer meal.

This robust one-pot dinner packs in lentils, sausage and plenty of vegetables, including mushrooms, spinach, onions and garlic. A loaf of crusty bread is the only accompaniment you need for a complete meal.

We can't resist making huge batches of this great salad. Take liberties with the ingredients, as this recipe is best when prepared according to your own taste. If you prefer, cook the broccoli in boiling water until tender before adding it to the salad.

This delicious cake is fudge-like, even without the chocolate. Dust the finished cake with powdered sugar or spread it with Vanilla Butter Cream Frosting.

A kid-friendly recipe that combines their favorite mac and cheese with healthy green veggies.

A delicious and unexpected combination of flavors, this easy to prepare casserole is one of our seasonal favorites. The toasted pecan and bread crumb topping adds a bit of crunch to the velvety soft texture of baked apples and butternut squash.

An alternative to dairy-based creamy pies, this vegan version combines the rich flavors of coffee and chocolate. Serve topped with non-dairy topping or ice cream, or a handful of fresh berries.

This traditional squash soup is a serious crowd pleaser. Put a spin on it by trying one of the flavorful variations suggested.

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