Summer's the time for vegetables at their best. Try our recipes for creative ways to use summer vegetables -- whether hot off the grill, tossed in a salad, topping a pizza, or served on the side.See Popular Summer Vegetables Recipes
Inspiration to create this pizza recipe, topped with fresh vegetables and goat cheese, came from famous California cuisine.
This recipe, shared in 1994, comes by way of a Jewish family who serves the vegetable dish during Hanukkah, for the Festival of Lights. This simple side dish is pretty enough to serve during any holiday meal or when entertaining.
Put your grill to use for these better-than-takeout quesadillas that feature ripe summer produce. Serve them with store-bought salsa, if desired, to simplify the recipe slightly.
Cleanse the palate between courses with this savory ice. With a small amount of sugar, it freezes firm. Before scooping, let it stand at room temperature for several minutes to soften.
This fresh recipe is naturally gluten free and features classic Mexican flavors including cilantro, lime, and chile peppers. If you can't find tomatillos in your market, try serving this dish with jarred tomatillo salsa.
This corn-on-the-cob recipe doubles easily, so if you're serving true sweet corn fanatics, better plan on more than one ear per person.
This grilled side dish works well with chicken, but could also work as a light main dish.
This colorful vegetable platter makes the perfect side dish for your next dinner party. Don't forget to pass with herb dressing.
Slightly sweet from the caramelization that happens during roasting, this summer squash is an ideal side for fish or grilled chicken. Make a double batch and toss the leftovers into an omelet the next day.
The radish mixture needs time to marinate so make this low calorie side dish ahead of time.
For this outstanding side-dish casserole, layer sauteed zucchini with tomatoes and three types of cheese.
Make this simple vegetable side dish recipe in fewer than 10 minutes. Thick asparagus halved lengthwise can be used instead of thin spears.
Mafalda pasta looks like a skinny lasagna noodle. Add tender asparagus and summer squash and a splash of cream for a summer-fresh dish.