10 Things to Make in February
February is here, and that means winter still in full force. You might be looking forward to spring produce and warmer temperatures, but don’t miss your chance to try our favorite warm-you-up winter dinners and sides. From hearty soups, to filling pastas, to delicious winter salads, here are 10 things you need to make this month.
Starring earthy cooked beets, peppery beet greens and nutty Whole Wheat Orzo, this dish features our favorite winter flavors. We top it off with crisp golden pine nuts and salty Parmigiano for a pasta recipe you have to try!
Who says a winter salad can’t be in season? With roasted beets, glazed pecans, and grilled shrimp, this salad provides the fresh ingredients you’ve been craving all season long.
This month, take the time to remember why true, from-scratch Italian cooking is always worth the effort. This short rib ragú takes some time and effort in the kitchen, but when you taste the rich, tangy sauce with juice tendrils of beef, you’ll know it was worth the extra effort.
Recipe: Brussels Sprouts Carbonara
Thanks to the addition of shredded Brussels sprouts and our Whole Wheat Fusilli, this lighter take on Carbonara has an extra dose of good-for-you ingredients. But don’t worry—this dish still has all the hearty, comforting tastes and textures of a traditional Carbonara. It’s the best of both worlds!
This delicious gnocchi recipe comes together fast with a few simple, but unique ingredients. With bacon, Brussels sprouts and sliced almonds, this gnocchi dish is off the beaten path in the best way possible.
Recipe: Wild Mushroom Pasta
Calling all mushroom lovers! With two pounds of assorted fresh mushrooms, this pasta is for you. We create a simple sauce with garlic, butter, mushrooms and pasta water, allowing the taste of fresh wild mushrooms to truly shine. Combine that with our al dente Casarecce Pasta and you have an elegant dish that will bring everyone back for seconds.
We take simple fried pork chops to the next level with a creamy, buttery lemon sauce. The addition of briny capers and olives add major flavor to this dish, transforming it from a ho-hum meal to a remarkable dinner party dish.