Cheers to a fresh and healthy
Here is a way to pump up your intake of health-boosting vegetables and probiotics: Pair your leafy greens with homemade Ranch dressing. Originally calling for buttermilk, we’ve substituted our Plain
Goat Milk Kefir in this Ranch dressing recipe and love the result. Use over fresh lettuce greens, as a dip for raw vegetables, or as a dressing for potato salad and coleslaw.
This recipe was adapted from one at Huffingtonpost.com
The number “8” is very lucky for the Chinese, so it’s not unusual to find a delicious dish with eight special ingredients on the table during Chinese New Year. Traditionally, eight ingredients like bamboo shoots, bean shoots and other “lucky” ingredients are stir-fried together to make something truly delicious.
You can choose any ingredients you love, but we like the crunch of the cucumbers, the slightly spicy radish wedges and the sweetness of the tomatoes when paired with the peanut and goat yogurt sauce. The egg ribbons add an Asian flavor to this salad, and the addition of fresh herbs give an added freshness with every bite. The carrots are also important since they are thought to bring luck.
Savory goodness, chock-full of super foods…this tuna salad parfait made with tangy, delicious plain goat yogurt is a lovely light meal and great way to get your daily dose of probiotics.
Nutrition Information Per Serving:
Calories 298, Fat Cal. 110, Total Fat 5g (8% DV), Sat Fat 2g (3% DV), Trans Fat 0g, Cholest. 15mg (5% DV), Sodium 110mg (5% DV), Total Carb. 32g (11% DV), Fiber 2g, Sugars 14g, Protein 31g, Vitamin A 26%, Vitamin C 18%, Calcium 17%, Iron 8%.
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
This recipe call for the perfect combination of fresh herbs and young salad greens to compliment the bursts of flavor from diced Redwood Hill Raw Feta and Kalamata olives. Adapted by Michelle Anna Jordan from Rosemary Barrons, Flavors of Greece
Food Network Chef Ming Tsai visited our farm, and created for us this delicious arugula salad with warmed California Crottin.
Any fine olive oil will work well in this salad – we love the extra citrus kick from “O Lime.” This salad comes together quickly, and will make a perfect first course.
Our buttery-rich Redwood Hill Farm Bucheret tops this simple spinach salad with a fresh apple cider-based vinaigrette. Thanks to Sheana Davis for this recipe.