Recipes

From U Club Classics. Chef Katie's recipe for an all-time favorite dessert at the University Club of MSU. Try it and you'll see why!

Save some fresh corn for this sweet summer soup! The fresher, the better.

Pakora are delicious little Indian fritters often eaten for snacking or as an appetizer. Make sure your spices are fresh for maximum flavor.

Cornmeal is truly the all-American grain.

Caprese salad is the perfect combination of flavors and freshness. Late summer, when tomatoes are at their peak and the basil is abundant, is the best time to layer a Caprese. Or simply toss it for a less traditional presentation of this gorgeous salad.

A simple sauté highlights the sweetness and tender texture of Swiss chard. Lemon juice adds a nice zing!

The combination of vegetables, herbs, and spices will have you adding this burrito to your favorites list.

A classic Spanish sauce for a flavorful tofu meal.

Instead of mashed potatoes, try parsnip and pear puree!

The love for sweet potatoes keeps growing! This recipe is sure to please during the holidays!

Who doesn't love the surprise?! Open up a spaghetti squash, scrape with a fork, and spaghetti-like strands magically appear!

With green onion and cilantro, this slaw is packed with flavor!

This simple compound butter makes a special addition to rolls and baked potatoes. Substitute any herb for the chives, strong herbs in lesser amounts.

Wonderful with roasted pork and chicken!

Sweet, spring salad!

To get the most nutrition, use your cabbage for this recipe as soon as you cut it.

Mushrooms get better with age, but don't let that stop you from using them for this recipe. Pair your mushrooms with the vegetable couscous and drizzle the marinade on top!

Add the delicious flavors of syrup to your oatmeal this morning!

The perfect sauce for pork, chicken and duck!

Cooking transforms radishes into a surprisingly mild and sweet vegetable.

The rest of the Pistachio Crusted Whitefish recipe by Chef Rajeev. It's also delicious on it's own. This vinaigrette recipe is worth memorizing!

Switch up your routine! Instead of basil pesto pasta, try this basil pesto quinoa!

A great reason to go cherry picking!

Bok choy with an Asian twist!

The flavors of summer pop in this spinach salad--juicy watermelon and fresh mint-lime vinaigrette!

More than just a 'peachy keen' cobbler!

Why limit quesadillas to dinnertime? Enjoy them for breakfast packed with blueberries and cheese.

Crispy potatoes with spicy tomato sauce and garlicky mayonnaise, patatas bravas is a hot tapas item served throughout Spain.

A sweet and sour pan sauce--pairs well with roasted vegetables, strong cheeses, and roasted meats.

Making cheese at home is magical and delicious. A fresh cheese such as ricotta is a good place to start.

A hearty, vegetarian stew!

Walnuts bring pesto-making into the sphere of affordability. Using spinach instead of basil is less aromatic but stays greener, and green is great!

The perfect on-the-go breakfast or snack! These store in the fridge for a week or two.

Coming from a humble beginning, Israeli couscous has been discovered by the culinary world. Consider it a trendy and upscale addition to any menu.

Make this with homemade or store-bought Greek-style yogurt. Either way, it’s a simple, creamy, and delicious dessert.

This recipe takes ordinary brown rice to a whole new level.

Smoky flavor of melted Gouda cheese pairs nicely with sweetness of red bell peppers in this main or side dish

A vegan pulled "pork" sandwich!

What to do with an abundance of garden produce! This delicious sauce freezes well. Serve it by the spoonful to season vegetables or by the ladleful to top pasta. Add a sprinkle of cheese and you’ve got a meal!

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