There is nothing more beautiful than the first veggies of spring.
On the farm, we are typically so busy planting and planting this time of year, that the thought of cooking, let alone putting together a recipe, has felt out of the question. But after a day of picking sugar snaps and zucchini and then weeding the onion field for a few hours, a massive bowl of pasta with crunchy green veggies and the creamy, bright yolk of a Horse Shoe Ranch egg sounded like something I needed immediately.
Lucky for me (and you) this recipe whips up super fast and will give you plenty of left overs depending on how hungry you are! One of my favorite things about this recipe is, all I have to do is pull everything out, chop the veggies, boil the water, and in one fell swoop we've got a pile of spring goodness on our plates.
If poaching your eggs feels like a little too much work, feel free to fry them sunny-side-up! Whichever method you choose, I highly recommend doing something to keep that yolk a bit runny. It makes the most amazing "sauce" mixed into the pasta and cheese. You really will miss it if you omit it!
SPRING VEGETABLES WITH PASTA & POACHED HORSE SHOE RANCH EGGS
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