When new potatoes, carrots, and beans show up at the farmer’s market – it’s time to make Hodge Podge! Hodge Podge is an east coast staple in the early summer. I spent 10 years in Cape Breton and enjoyed this dish every year! It’s basically like a creamy, vegetable stew. Traditionally, it’s made with butter and cream. However, the kids and I are dairy-free, so I came up with a dairy-free version. Here is my recipe for dairy-free Nova Scotian Hodge Podge.
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Dairy-Free Nova Scotian Hodge Podge
Dairy-free Nova Scotian Hodge Podge is a simple and delicious meal to throw together on a summer’s evening. We simply paired it with some local, gluten-free sausage cooked up on the BBQ.
It’s made with simple, local ingredients, and a few pantry staples that you probably already have on hand.
12 (ish) new potatoes
One bunch new carrots
1 quart green beans
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