Nice try, me! It was important to try some of those to see if they might qualify as side dishes. The menu needed something light and bright, so I went with carrots and decided to make a fresh, lemony carrot salad. This is an easy, versatile and absolutely delicious side dish. The shaved carrots and asparagus are tossed in a simple lemon juice and olive oil vinaigrette, which softens them slightly.
Shaved Carrot and Radish Salad with Herbs and Pumpkin Seeds
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For a lighter approach with spring carrots, we use just a little instant coffee and roast the carrots quickly in high heat. The carrots develop wonderfully subtle bittersweet flavor, though their springtime brightness shines through. A heady blend of spices makes these roasted carrots hard to resist. If you can find tender baby carrots, they make a great shortcut; just give them a good scrub—no peeling required. Check the carrots during cooking; smaller carrots could overcook, yielding mushy results. Tossed in a simple lemon-tarragon butter, these tender baby carrots are the perfect partner for quick-cooking chicken cutlets.
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This salad highlights the many green herbs that are an essential part of Persian cuisine, especially in spring when they are just coming into season. This salad is a crunchy, raw counterpoint to a rich Passover meal, and while some seeds are not eaten on Passover, pumpkin seeds are okay, since a pumpkin is not a legume. I got to tell you, no one raved about this recipe at my table.
Channel your inner pastry chef and elevate your cake with these vibrant embellishments that are a cinch to make. Best of all, they are as tasty as they are beautiful, adding sweetness, texture, and whimsy. Make up to five days ahead, and layer between sheets of wax paper in an airtight container.