Japanese Vegetable Dishes

Vegetable dishes, often served with rice, are common in Japan. Cabbage, daikon, spinach, and peppers are a few of the vegetables the most often featured in Japanese cuisine.

Roasted Kale and Red Onions

Better Homes and Gardens

This tasty side dish recipe is a perfect combination of balsamic vinegar, kale, and red onion.

Baked Vegetable Tempura

Diabetic Living

The wide variety of veggies in this tempura recipe provides vitamins, minerals, and health-promoting plant compounds. The mustard in the dipping sauce contains curcumin, a compound that makes mustard yellow and exhibits anticancer and anti-inflammatory properties.

Spicy Veggie Stir-Fry

Family Circle

How to Cook Kale

Like other dark leafy greens, kale is a powerhouse of nutrition. It's loaded with vitamins A, C and K, and is even a good source of calcium and iron. Kale makes a popular dinnertime dish in many regions of the world. If you're not sure how to cook kale, try this simple sauteed version that delivers a deluxe combination of flavors, including subtle hints of garlic and red pepper juxtaposed with a blast of sherry vinegar.

How to Cook Asparagus

If your entree is like the star performer of your meal, then your side dishes are the supporting characters. But no matter how good your star is, you won't have a good show without interesting supporting characters, right? What does this mean when it comes to your meal? It means that same old boring steamed broccoli isn't going to cut it this time. But what can you choose instead? Learn how to cook asparagus, and your meal will be a sure-fire hit every night.

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