1 March 2018

Eat Your Greens welcoming March recipes


Thanks again for submitting recipes for the February challenge of Eat Your Greens! It was a very good round with plenty of interesting and inspiring recipes. However there is no time to rest, as we'll start the March challenge straight away, and I will be hosting it again this month.

In order to take part, you will need to post a vegan or vegetarian dish containing green vegetables on your blog during March, and share the link to the post in the comment section below. Then your recipe will be featured in the round up at the end of the month, where we will hopefully have a lovely collection of green recipes. Maybe we will be already seeing a hint of spring. It's one recipe per participant, and you can read the full rules here for more information.

Have fun cooking everyone!

Your VegHog

16 comments:

  1. Hi I am back again with the green peas stuffed Indian flat bread. Here is the link-https://herbsspicesandtradition.blogspot.ca/2018/02/green-peas-paratha-indian-flat-bread.html

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    1. Good to see you again and it's also good to start early for the challenge! Thank you for taking part again!

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    2. Hi, Can a blogger submit two recipes in the same month?

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    3. It's only one recipe per blogger each month. Sorry about that.

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  2. Finally, here is my #EatYourGreens entry. Thank you so much for hosting.
    Iranian Pearl Barley Soup known as Ash-e Jo or Ash-e-Jow

    https://allotment2kitchen.blogspot.co.uk/2018/03/iranian-pearl-barley-soup-ash-e-jo-jow.html

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    1. Thank you Shaheen, it looks great as usual!

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  3. Thanks for suggesting my non-green, but green containing, soup. Spiced carrot and red lentil soup - http://www.bitesizedthoughts.com/2018/03/spiced-carrot-and-red-lentil-soup.html?showComment=1521708151661#c1378261873633723682

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    1. Thank you for sharing your recipe! It's nicely full of veggies. :)

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  4. I have few recipes with greens this March but this one is the easiest one to prepare:

    https://laura-bigsby.blogspot.co.uk/2018/03/kalettes-with-special-rice.html

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  5. Here's my entry for this month's Eat Your Greens - Cucumber & Feta Salad :
    https://cookingforkishore.blogspot.com/2018/03/cucumber-feta-salad.html
    Looking forward to the roundup! :)

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    1. Thank you very much Emily for taking part! The round up should be up at the end of the month.

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  6. I have a poke salad bowl that has some greens in it - hope it is fine for the eat your greens challenge http://gggiraffe.blogspot.com.au/2018/03/watermelon-poke-salad-bowl-with-pickled.html

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Thanks for reading! I would very much appreciate any comments or suggestions from you.