Recipes

Browse the Local Greens recipe database for exciting and delicious ways to eat and serve your seasonal veg!

This is a good use for all the bits of veg that fall to the bottom of your veg basket. The messy bit is preparing the beetroot, wear gloves and an apron, the resulting colour and flavour of the...

Big flavours in this accompaniment recipe. Try this with bangers and mash for a new seasonal pleasure.

The inspiration here is the fantastically rich dish called Zwiebelkuchen (onion cake), a southern German specialty that arrived in America with European settlers and quickly became a staple in...

In the spring, green garlic is a different way to add a light garlic flavor to recipes. While green garlic looks like overgrown scallion, don’t be fooled — the flavor is pure garlic.

Here is a very simple soup that will come together in about 30 minutes. The combination of Jerusalem artichokes and potatoes gives a very earthy and nutty flavor that is very comforting in cold...

A brilliant side for a roast dinner, this Jerusalem artichoke gratin is a great use of seasonal vegetables. It’s thick and creamy and packed full of flavour. This vegan gratin recipe is suitable...

As usual left over and damaged veg was used for this weeks soup. It was vibrant and tasty.

Mar is a long-time Local Greens volunteer and a Spanish native who has mastered the tortilla. She's prepared her delicious tortilla for arch lunch before, and we had to share it with you.  Take...

This recipe is a nod to the impending Spring and can be updated or changed as the seasons change. The general/basic principle is to combine 1kg of self-brining vegetables (vegetables that make...

Kids will love making this pie with you as it's a very messy, throw-it-all-in dish. You can use any and all greens you have on hand.

Purslane is a delicious but often overlooked wild green, resembling tiny lily pads and having a similarity to young baby spinach in taste. The leaves are tender, juicy, and succulent and both the...

This pick-your-own-protein salad is all about the green goddess dressing, an herby, punchy, creamy green sauce that originated in San Francisco in the 1920s. It's just as

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