Spring, Summer, and Fall
Store up to 1 week
Wash and dry in a salad spinner before placing in a plastic bag in your refrigerator.
For longer storage, blend into a pesto (see recipe below) and refrigerate or freeze.
For a spicy addition to salad, add small tender arugula greens.
Make a simple and tasty arugula salad by adding a soft cheese, dried fruits, grated carrots, and walnuts tossed in your favorite vinaigrette.
Add to sandwiches and omelettes for color and taste.
Quickly braise or sauté and add to a pasta with grated parmesan.
Add cooked arugula to quiche and lasagna.
Smaller arugula leaves tend to be milder, while larger leaves tend to have a more aggressive, peppery kick.
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