We may be in the dead of winter, but there are still plenty of cozy, veggie-loaded dishes to devour. Here are a few of our favorites.
It’s easy to focus on the bread, the main dish, the drinks and dessert, they’re often more exciting. But don’t forget the veggies! Check out these festive holiday sides that are flavorful and far from boring. They might even steal the spotlight.
Struggling to eat enough vegetables? For breakfast, lunch or dinner, check out these delicious, vibrant recipes packed with veggies.
Italian Sausage Vegetable Bean Stew – A hearty stew filled with protein, vegetables, and deliciousness. Easy recipe to warm your heart and belly!
Elegant, yet realistic to make at the last minute, this cod with summer vegetables is delicious, refreshing and is perfect for an impromptu date night with a glass of wine.
A quick and easy Salsa Verde Chicken with Vegetables to dazzle all the senses for your next weeknight meal!
Loaded with a flavorful array of spices and served over jasmine rice, these Indian curry potatoes with spring vegetables are bright and hearty. The perfect dish for a cool spring day.
Eat a hearty rainbow with this flavorful and nutrient-packed bowl of curried veggies.
Have you made any New Year’s resolutions? Over the holidays one tends to eat a lot more sugar, so add this adaptable Superfoods Salad to your menu rotation.
How often should you eat fermented foods? The short answer is as much as you can. Eating fermented foods daily will strengthen your immune system, reduce bloating, control weight, and will help many digestive issues.
This bright and fresh vegetable noodle bowl can be served cold or warm. It’s great both ways, and will make you feel great from the inside out!
Ode to World Vegetarian Day! This is the easiest Roasted Tomato Vegetable Casserole you will ever make. Perfect for the occasion!
An amazing thing about traditional Thai dishes like this Red Curry is that there is…
Grilling is quick and easy with this recipe for spiced sea scallops and summer vegetables paired with a crisp Sauvignon Blanc.
The days are longer, the nights are warmer, and there’s always an excuse to be outside. Yours is being on the grill. Think you’ve got some serious BBQ’ing skills? Here is the challenge! Whether your bronzed guests are laying out by the pool, hitting the waves, playing at the park, or you are hosting an al fresco soiree, keep them having fun in the sun all day long with these morning till sunset grilled meals!
Juicy, caramelised and crusted with burnished spices – this is my easy Indian-spiced pork loin with foraged greens, crispy fried onions and turmeric chat potatoes.
Here’s how to julienne your vegetables into perfect matchsticks in no time at all.
Spring is a wonderful time of the year to enjoy this beautiful asparagus with lemon and garlic Recipe. A simple, quick Italian side dish. Ready in 10 minutes.
These Roasted Vegetable Quinoa Bowls are full of flavor and make a hearty and healthy meat-free meal! Top the bowls with the maple balsamic dressing for a little sweetness and extra flavor!
If you’re looking for the best method to roasting a beautiful bouquet of vegetables, look no further. Check out this formula for perfectly roasted veggies.
Root vegetables are making a comeback. Here are eight that you should know about, along with root vegetable recipes from the chefs at Panna Cooking.
Here’s how we will be loading up on vegetable servings in 2016. Try these delicious recipes to get your nutrients.
Learn the ins and outs of how St. Croix stays local with good food, that’s good for you. Check out what you could taste at DINE VI restaurant week.
Chefs Fredrik Johnsson and Peter Andersson are keeping the food industry fresh, simple, and delectable at Volt. The Swedish menu is coming to New York.
Flavorful tofu with peanut sauce and crunchy, raw vegetables makes for a filling spring roll that is cool enough for a hot summer day.
Farm-to-table. All-natural. Organic. All buzzwords being thrown around by restaurants and cooks these days, but even they might still be missing the point. Many parts of vegetables like their leaves or roots aren’t being used to their full potential; reserved for the compost pile. Its time for things to change. Every single part of the vegetable is usable and edible, and can transform any dish. It’s a celebration of using whole vegetables in day-to-day cookery. Come take a new look at some old friends.
An easy side dish that you can make with any protein and will bring an extra hit of flavor to the meal with homemade curry powder and a tangy yogurt sauce.
A rainbow of vegetables top rice cooked with sesame oil. Toss the Korean dish with spicy gochujang and top with tofu, meats, or an egg.
Chicken, asparagus, and zucchini are marinated, grilled, and tossed with sun-dried tomatoes, arugula, herbs, and White Truffle Glace for a bright salad.
CSA’s support local business while enjoying fresh produce and engaging in community. Before choosing a program check out these questions to ask yourself.
Fresh arugula, figs, salty parma ham, and creamy mozzarella are drizzled with honey for a flavorful salad staple.
Pickling vegetables is ideal for the season. Pair your creations with grilled dishes or keep them in the refrigerator for snacking on hot days.
Made with nutty brown rice that require plenty of stirring, this aromatic dish is a great way to utilize seasonal produce.
Spring has sprung with fresh fruits and vegetables. From produce to traditional foods of the season, here are 26 ingredients to kick off your celebration.
Try this delicious cold weather curry with pumpkin, chicken, peanut butter, and a coconut ginger rice garnished with cilantro.
Thanksgiving is an occasion to practice gratitude in your heart and creativity in your kitchen. While planning your menu, decorate with edible materials.
The colors of this dish are perfect for a festive holiday table, and it can easily be made ahead of time — ideal when the oven is already in use.
Coconut roasted veggies, crispy tofu and a delicious and avocado cream – it can´t get any better.
Pickling is a delicious way to bump up your sandwich and preserve summer produce for later in the year. Try the simple pickling your own vegetables.
Eggplant can be a tricky, especially when you’re learning to cook with it for the first time. Discover some tips to make delicious spiced eggplant.
Amazing Korean salad bowl with raw veggies, egg, nuts and seeds, topped with spicy Gochujang paste – perfect for weekday lunch.
Practice your perfect grilled meal before Memorial Day gets here. Salmon and vegetables barbecued with simple seasonings and charred just right, in minutes.
We can’t live forever, but we can eat more delicious produce everyday. A new study illustrated in this video encourages us to indulge in at least 7 fruits and vegetables to increase longevity and decrease our risk of disease.
An easy, heart-warming breakfast that can fill everyone at your morning table. Use up your leftover vegetables and ham then toss it in the oven with cheese and cracked eggs.
An easy quiche with puff pastry and smoked ham that is festive for brunch. And it is perfect for using up leftover veggies.
This grilled asparagus salad is quick to make, beautiful, and fabulously delicious. Enjoy it as a side dish or a light meal with good, crusty bread.
Try these spring vegetable recipes to help coax the warm weather out of hibernation.
Get ready for a change in season and produce with these ten spring recipes.
Since her first taste of this fresh juice, Nandita Nataraj makes it at least twice a week.
Wild rice, which is not technically a rice at all, has a toasty, nutty, earthy flavor that makes for a flavorful base to a versatile pilaf.
Repurpose leftover lentils and spare veggies in this super simple and quick recipe.
Roasting broccoli is a wonderful way to prepare it; as it crisps up in the oven, it caramelizes in spots and takes on an almost nutty flavor.
The title tells the whole story in what could hardly be called a recipe. But it’s a suggestion worth taking as the complexity of rock salt carries this salad.
Upgrade a basic side salad of green beans with warm, lemony butter and bright mint leaves.
This veggie-heavy dish is a great way to bounce back from a weekend of over-indulgence.
This recipe is quick, nutritious and totally versatile — just add any veggies that can be eaten raw — which is a perfect trifecta for a weeknight dinner.
This broiled fish and roasted veggies meal makes for a quick and nutritious dinner that can be whipped up without firing up the grill.
Add this vibrant dish to your favorite pasta to take it from vegetable side dish to healthy main course.
This super-simple mild curry is chock full of vegetables for a healthy dinner that’s ready in no time.
This savory twist on a traditional dessert is chock full of veggies and makes a great brunch item or anytime snack.