Citrus Lemongrass Broth

March 30, 2014

Citrus Lemongrass broth

Citrus Lemongrass broth Citrus Lemongrass broth Citrus Lemongrass broth Citrus Lemongrass broth I’m lucky to live in one of the best year-round farmers market cities in the country, consistently providing seasonal farm fresh ingredients. This delicate citrus lemongrass broth was inspired by my last trip to the studio city farmers market. At the market I met up with my friend from college who is  equally enthused about local produce. We spent the early afternoon of trolling the vibrant stalls finding many treasured ingredients. I stumbled upon hearty stalks of lemongrass at one small farm stand and had to have it! Growing up in Hawaii lemongrass was a common ingredient due to the large Asian culinary influence. Lemongrass is surprisingly high in iron so it’s a great herb for vegetarians who may find it difficult to get enough iron in their meat free diet. The citrus in this #eattoglow recipe helps reduce environmental free radical damage that prematurely age skin. This recipe is great as a light lunch, dinner party appetizer, or as a side dish for a heartier meal.

Citrus Lemongrass Broth




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3 responses to “Citrus Lemongrass Broth”

  1. Linda Chamberlain says:

    What a delicious companion to our family’s herb chicken recipe. I can best describe it as light, flavor infused, and cozy. Next time I go to the farmers market I’ll be checking your site for new ideas 🙂

  2. I loved your blog.Really looking forward to read more. Awesome.

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