Welcome spring with sweet and juicy plums
This month we introduce a gorgeous fruit that is three-quarter plum and one-quarter apricot – the 'flavorking' plum. Grown in South Africa, this variety has a deep crimson skin and a sweet, aromatic, pear-drop flavour. In season to mid-March, they are tasty eaten raw or baked in a tart.
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Delicious in curries, pan-fried or mashed, cauliflower is a great alternative to potato. The crisp green leaves keep the cauliflower ‘curd’ (the head) fresh and white, and is the perfect veg is perfect for freezing.
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This tropical fruit from Costa Rica has a sweet, tangy flavour. Pineapples are harvested once ripe, meaning that a fruit with a green outer skin is just as ripe and juicy as a yellow outer skin.
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Rich in potassium, riboflavin and fibre, bananas have a distinct aroma and a thick yellow skin. They are great if you need a boost of energy or a healthy snack. Try them blended in a smoothie or mashed in a curry sauce.
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This versatile meat is a good source of protein and is low in saturated fat, making it a popular choice in the UK. Delicious roasted, barbecued, or used in casseroles and stir-fries, chicken is a great all-rounder.
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