Berry, Berry Good
Strawberries taste deliciously indulgent fresh off the vine, but they’re even better as part of your favorite dessert. They add a natural sweetness, as well as a healthy dose of nutrients. In fact, just one cup of this superfruit contains more vitamin C than oranges, and plenty of folate and heart-healthy compounds.
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Prep Like a Pro
When recipes call for “hulled” strawberries, that means you remove the stem and the white conical core while leaving as much of the fruit intact as possible. A simple way to do it, no special gadgets required:
• Hold the berry by the bottom. In the other hand, grasp a sharp paring knife so that about 1/2 inch of the blade extends past the ends of your thumb (don’t touch the edge).
• Insert the tip of the knife into the top of the berry at a 45 degree angle. Twist the berry and the knife in opposite directions, cutting all the way around the stem.
• Pull out the stem and the core; discard.
Mini Strawberry Shortcakes
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Method: Strawberries, orange zest, orange juice, light bright sugar, vanilla yogurt, all-purpose flour, whole-wheat flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, unsalted butter, large egg, coarse sugar.
Strawberry Lemon Ricotta Crepes
Strawberry Balsamic Frozen Yogurt
Method:Strawberries, whole-milk vanilla yogurt, honey, cherry balsamic or regular balsamic vinegar, black pepper, salt.
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Method: Strawberries, lemon juice, all-purpose flour, light brown sugar, almond meal, rolled oats, almonds, baking powder, cinnamon, salt, unsalted butter