During these early spring days, it is common for temperatures to quickly shift between warm and sundress-worthy and chilly and fleece-needing. While this might up the risk of allergies and spring colds, the contrasting in between period provides a great juxtoposition to mimic when making early spring meals. Spring time braising is a perfect example.
While braising is most commonly associated with winter because of the heavy flavors and the hearty meat usually cooked with, there are many lighter takes on the standard braising recipes. This updated take on the slow cooking method will fill your home with deliciously deep aromas without burning up the kitchen with a left-on oven or putting you on the couch with a bloated gut.
Read on for the slow cooked, spring-friendly recipes and let us know how you're celebrating the birth of spring below!