Korean Glass Noodles combined with an assortment of stir fried vegetables in a savory sauce is the perfect as a meatless entree or as a side dish to Korean Fried Chicken.
We are celebrating Farmer's Markets this week........
Welcome to Farmers Market Week! This is the week we celebrate all things found at the Farmers Market. There are over fifteen bloggers sharing over 50 recipes this week. From drinks and desserts to entrees and sides, there’s something for everyone this week.
Ellen of Family Around the Table, with assistance from Christie of A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures, is hosting a week long event celebrating the bounty found at Farmer's Markets during this time of year. Members of the Festive Foodies group will be posting recipes for this event on Monday, Wednesday and Friday this week.
I am joining in the fun today and Friday but you will be able to find the Wednesday recipes by searching #FarmersMarketWeek on social media.
Let's take a look at the recipes being shared today.........
Monday Farmers Market Recipes
- Asparagus Frittata with Cherry Tomatoes from Karen's Kitchen Stories
- Bhaingan Bharta from Magical Ingredients
- Cheddar Tomato Tart from Jen Around the World
- Easy 2 Ingredient Lemon Salt from Family Around the Table
- Easy Cowboy Caviar Recipe from Blogghetti
- Greek Stuffed Tomatoes from Cindy's Recipes and Writings
- Japchae (Korean Glass Noodles) from A Day in the Life on the Farm
- Mexican Street Corn Elote Bowls from Cheese Curd In Paradise
- Spinach Feta Quiche from Art of Natural Living
- Blackberry Cornmeal Cobbler from Palatable Pastime
- Blueberry Cardamom Ricotta Muffins from The Spiffy Cookie
- Chocolate Zucchini Bread from Jolene's Recipe Journal
- Peach Liège Waffles from A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures
- Peach Pecan Bars from Hezzi-D's Books and Cooks
- White Chocolate Raspberry Scones from Red Cottage Chronicles
This delicious stir fry recipe contains onions, mushrooms, carrot, and spinach all of which is in abundance when you visit the Farmer's Markets that are open in Michigan at this time of year.
I have a strong envy of those who live in areas where they can visit Farmer's Markets all year long. Our season is short but mighty and I try to visit different markets each week. When you next visit your Farmer's Market pick up the items you need to make this delicious dish. You will be glad you did.