This is what I expect to find in my Prudent Produce bin this week
3-Flavor Supreme Pluots
1-Red Radish Bunch (Local)
1-Green Beans (lb)
Kohlrabi & Radish Slaw - did you know that kohlrabi and radishes are best friends? Apparently they are, as I found so many recipes pairing these two ingredients! Here is a new twist on slaw. If you don't have a food processor with a shred accessory, just use a big grater to shred the kohlrabi, radish, and carrots.
Parsley Tabbouleh - If you haven't been to Open Sesame in the East Village, you have to try it out. It is so good! That is the first time I have ever tried tabbouleh - and it is such a nice, fresh, healthy tasting dish. Eat as a side dish, add it to a wrap, or use as a bed under a piece of grilled fish with a citrus glaze.
Pesto Gnocchi with Green Beans - I feel like I always just steam green beans and serve them with a little olive oil, salt, and a lot of garlic powder. I never think to put them into a dish. I like to use frozen gnocchi that I can find at Hy-Vee, either with the frozen ravioli/pasta, or near the frozen potato products. There are also some shelf stable products, in the dry pasta aisle, but I haven't tried those yet.
Kohlrabi Home Fries - if you don't have the flours listed in the recipe, use regular flour with a little sprinkle of corn starch. I have only ever tried kohlrabi diced up and cooked like home fry diced potatoes - they were great, so I imagine they would be a great stand in for baked oven fries as well.