Marinating is a quick and easy way to add lots of flavor without a lot of time. Simply combine all ingredients and let the mixture marinate overnight for the flavors to develop. The result is a rich salad students will gobble up.
This hearty hand-held treat is sure to impress students. Bagel dough is filled with fresh mushrooms, broccoli, and cheddar, and baked until golden brown and ready for students to enjoy. A #RealSchoolFood recipe shared by Santa Clara USD, CA.
We’ve punched up this side salad with a zesty Asian dressing, fresh mushrooms, orange segments, and crunchy almonds.
This quick grab and go entree salad utilizes your USDA Foods like pasta, vegetables, and turkey ham. Delicious and cost-effective!
So simple, yet so delicious. Roasted mushrooms are a great addition to any dish or toppings bar, or great served on their own as a side dish. Roasting brings out the umami flavor of mushrooms, yum! A #RealSchoolFood recipe shared by Franklin Community Schools, IN.
Quiche has never been easier! Working with liquid eggs and lots of tasty veggies and seasonings, simply combine ingredients in a hotel pan, bake, and serve!
We make breakfast a snap by utilizing a pre-made egg omelet and stuffing it with fresh veggies and cheese for a one-of-a-kind dish students will love.
What’s better than an omelet? An omelet made your way, and filled with fresh, local ingredients! Students can enjoy an omelet made just the way they like it, selecting from a variety of fillings such as fresh mushrooms, spinach, cheeses, and meats. A #RealSchoolFood recipe shared by Oyster River Cooperative School District, NH.
Let students build their own ramen bowls! This chicken broth-based bowl is ready for students to customize, and features a variety of fresh toppings and sauces for a flavorful lunch. We love this #RealSchoolFood recipe from Coppell ISD, TX.