Here are 7 Recipes to Bookmark for 2019

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Get a head start on the New Year — and new food trends — by bookmarking these recipes for 2019. The forecasted food trends for 2019 also match up well with the health goals so many of us start each year with as there is a greater interest in healthy eating, plant-based foods, and gut health.

 

Tools like the Instant Pot remain a favorite, while others like sous vide immersion circulators continue to heat up. Read on for 7 recipes to start your 2019 off on the right fork — we mean foot.

 

1. Homemade Sauerkraut

Even beyond the farmer’s market scene, there’s been an uptick in interest in foods that promote gut health. Fermented foods like sauerkraut are a great source of probiotics. While you could certainly buy a jar at the store, its so much more satisfying to make yourself.

 

Chickpea Burgers2. Chickpea & Roasted Red Pepper Burgers

For both environmental and health reasons, more and more people are turning to plant-based diets. Whether you’re a full-time vegetarian, a part-time flexitarian, or more of a meatless Monday type, these chickpea and roasted red pepper burgers with smoked paprika mayo are sure to please.

 

 

3. Oven-Roasted Wild Mushrooms with Garlic and Parsley

Mushrooms are having a moment. In particular, chefs and home cooks are becoming increasingly interested in unusual, wild, and foraged shroom varieties that offer a variety of tastes and textures. They can be used in all sorts of recipes, but to let their special qualities shine, simplest is best. Try this recipe for oven-roasted wild mushrooms with garlic and parsley that puts the shrooms in the spotlight.

 

4. Sous Vide Salmon with Fennel and Green Olives

Sous vide: what used to be a secret of restaurant chefs has now caught on with home cooks. Though sous vide may seem intimidating at first, part of the beauty of this techy cooking method is that it’s actually extremely flexible and foolproof. This sous vide salmon recipe is perfect for beginners and seasoned sous viders alike and produces that tender, perfectly even, buttery flavor and texture you usually only find in restaurants.

 

5. Sourdough Starter

In line with the popularity of fermented foods, sourdough has been on an upward trend that doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. Why fight it? It is, after all, delicious. Be the awe of your foodie friends by making your own sourdough starter. Before you know it you’ll be talking about how you have to get home to feed your starter and bringing fresh loaves with you wherever you go.

 

6. Green Smoothie Bowl

Our love of things in bowl form does not seem to be going anywhere, so go ahead and make that grain bowl, acai bowl, spring roll bowl, or this green smoothie bowl (because why drink your smoothie with a straw when you can serve it in a bowl?). The spinach gives it that vibrant green color, but almond milk, fruit, and maple syrup give it a creamy, sweet taste.

 

7. Instant Pot Blueberry Pecan Cheesecake

The Instant Pot has been the hot, hot, hot appliance of the past year or two and it doesn’t seem to be cooling down any time soon. If you’ve tested the IP waters and are wondering what to try next, why not take your multi-cooker skills to the next level with this luxe Instant Pot Blueberry Pecan Cheesecake.

 

3 comments about “Here are 7 Recipes to Bookmark for 2019

  1. Sweepstakes Forum

    Happy New Year to All Food Lovers. I like the second recipe “Chickpea & Roasted Red Pepper Burgers”.

    and second one is Instant Pot Blueberry Pecan Cheesecake. Not Try Yet.

    Please let me know if anyone has made it. I will do it in next week.

    Once again Happy New Year to All.

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