Plus February’s Cooking with Herbs Round-Up
Welcome to the NEW March and April cooking with herbs linky party challenge – Cooking with Herbs for Easter & Spring; and also last month’s round-up of tasty recipes too……and what a fabulous turn-out there was for February’s Cooking with Herbs, I had over twenty entries! March and April’s theme for herbs is very simple, any herbs that you use for Easter or Spring, or for St Patrick’s Day etc…….it’s all about the seasons! And, just to show you a brilliant idea what can be done with herbs, just look at the photo below for PACE EGGS but with herbs added before they are wrapped and dyed in onion skins or with other vegetable dyes……..
………I’m thinking of making some of these this year, as well as my usual marbled pace eggs. Before I add the linky for you all to join in, first let’s share a round-up of last month’s herbal recipes, with thanks to ALL who entered, Karen
Recipe Round-Up February 2016:
- Kitchen of Kiki – Meat balls in tomato sauce
- Ladysmock Cottage: Mushroom Risotto with Haddock.
- Ladysmock Cottage – Partridge with Red Wine Sauce and Puy Lentils.
- Ladysmock Cottage: Gammon Ham and Parsley Sauce.
- Notes from Ladysmock Cottage: Tartiflette.
- Rustic Mushroom Soup | Red Mountain Refuge
- Green Gourmet Giraffe – Aquafaba Crepes with Vegan Haggis
- Kitchen of Kiki – Barleyotto with mushrooms and pea
- Veggie Desserts – Carrot Chinese Five Spice Cake with Orange Icing
- Belleau Kitchen: oven baked lamb and leek risotto
- Life can be simple: Lamb Stew with Orange
- De Tout Coeur Limousin: rose harissa peanut pesto
- De Tout Coeur – rocket, caramelised lemon & goats cheese pesto
- Cooking for Kishore – Butternut Squash & Carrot Coconut Curry
- Allotment 2 Kitchen – Red Curry with Curry Leaves
- As Strong As Soup: Tapenade, A Musician & Box Hill
- Foodie Quine – Wagyu Meatloaf Cupcakes with Sweet Potato Frosting
Now for the NEW LINK UP!
Guidelines how to enter:
1. Post your recipe url to the Linky at the bottom of the appropriate month’s challenge, including your email and the title of your recipe or post.
2. Display the Cooking with Herbs badge (as shown above and below) to the relevant recipe post, with a link back to the monthly challenge post.
3. Add as many recipe links as you like, there is NO limit!
4. If you tweet your post, please mention #cookingwithherbs and @KarenBurnsBooth in your tweet – I will re-tweet all that I see. If a guest blogger is hosting, please add them into the tweet too! (They will add their name in the appropriate post)
5. The recipe can be one of your own or one you’ve seen elsewhere. You are welcome to republish old recipes/posts but please add the information about this challenge as listed above with the Cooking with Herbs badge.
6. If using a recipe from another person, book, website, chef or blog, you must link back to the original recipe and not reproduce the recipe in full in your post. You must also use your OWN images for the recipe and not the original images, unless you have permission to do so, with appropriate links and any other information requested by the photo’s owner added to the image.
Grab a Badge:
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