Create the perfect spring dinner with these fresh recipes

Create the perfect spring dinner with these fresh recipes


Whether you’re planning a date night in or want to elevate your dinner, seasonal spring flavours offer plenty of inspiration. Create the perfect multi-course meal by mixing and matching these nine delicious recipe ideas featuring fresh spring produce.


Oven Roasted Asparagus

Nothing beats tender spring asparagus fresh from the market — and this is one of the simplest and most delicious ways to serve it. A mixture of butter, Club House Allspice, Red Pepper, Garlic Powder and Sea Salt play off the subtle sweetness in the asparagus, adding depth of flavour while still letting the asparagus take center stage.


Asparagus Soup

Let’s be honest: Spring in Canada is still peak soup season. And this asparagus soup is the perfect way to get cozy while dreaming of the warmer months ahead. Spring leeks and asparagus give this soup its fresh flavour, while a generous helping of grated parm adds cheesiness. Serve this as a starter, or with crusty bread for a light meal.


Shrimp Asparagus Pasta Salad

It might not be BBQ season yet, but there’s no reason you can’t serve a cookout-worthy pasta salad. This creamy pasta salad recipe is packed with seasonal flavours: Delicate asparagus, juicy tomatoes and light-and-hearty shrimp. The homemade dressing is satisfying creamy, and adding Club House Lemon & Herbs seasoning gives each bite a bright, zesty kick.


Asparagus and Herb Risotto

We saved the heartiest asparagus recipe for last. This cozy risotto is the ideal way to warm up after a cool(ish) spring day. A mix of butter, mascarpone and parmesan cheese make each bite rich and cheesy, while asparagus adds subtle texture and spring flavour.


Herb Pepper Tilapia

Spring veggies taste best paired with delicate, subtle mains — and this simple tilapia is a must-try. A few dashes of Salt-Free Herb and Pepper add savoury flavour without overwhelming the fish, while the tomato, onion and artichoke topping adds texture.


Sheet Pan Garlic Parmesan Chicken

Every spring meal tastes better with parm. And this parm-dusted sheet pan meal is sure to become a springtime staple in your household. It’s got hearty chicken, comforting potatoes, fresh asparagus and — the star of the show — charred roasted lemons for brightness. Finally, a blend of garlic powder, onion powder, parsley and black pepper ground each flavour to bring the meal together.


One Pan Roast Pork and Potatoes

Whether you need to get dinner on the table quickly or you just don’t feel like spending an hour in the kitchen, this 30-minute one-pan pork meal is sure to please. Club House Garlic And Onion With Black Pepper And Sea Salt makes it easy to add flavour to pork tenderloin in an instant, and adding potatoes and red bell pepper make this into a meal.


Blood Orange Beet and Cardamom Sipping Sour

Winter is peak beet season, and this beet-infused sipping sour is the perfect drink to bridge winter and spring. It’s sweet, earthy, savoury, tart and spicy all at once, thanks to a blend of beets, blood orange and fresh ginger root, plus a blend of spices to warm things up.


Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Rhubarb season is one of the highlights of spring, and this pie is one of the tastiest ways to use up your rhubarb harvest. It’s packed with plenty of sweetness to offset the tartness of the rhubarb, and tastes even better made with local strawberries in late spring and early summer. Best of all, it’s easy to make: You can easily use refrigerated store-bought pie dough to save time.


Orange Chocolate Mousse with Strawberries

Need to satisfy a chocolate craving? This homemade chocolate mousse is the perfect way to finish a spring dinner. It combines dark chocolate and whipping cream with a drop of Pure Orange Extract for the chocolate-orange flavour you love, then adds an unexpected kick with a pinch of Chili Pepper Ancho. This mousse stores well in the fridge, so you can make it ahead for low-stress entertaining.

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