Want to eat more vegetables? These easy recipes make veggies the stars of everything from salads to side dishes to quick breads. You'll discover that eating more vegetables is an easy task.
This quick, low calorie vegetable side dish is slightly sweet due to a peach preserve glaze.
This low-calorie vegetable relish recipe is zesty and sweet to serve on hot dogs, Polish sausage, and brats.
Combining fresh beets and apple create a mellow, slightly sweet soup recipe. Pureeing in a food processor or with an immersion blender makes it smooth and luscious.
When time is short, you can throw together this five-ingredient side dish in a jiffy.
Enjoy a restaurant-quality meal of peppercorn-crusted filet mignon and baked parsnip fries at home in around 30 minutes.
This vegetable side dish goes well with grilled or roasted pork or beef.
Parsnips are a slightly sweet root vegetable that adds depth to this potato mash. Make sure to wash the leeks well as they tend to be grittier than other vegetables.
A bread crumb mixture tops this creamy vegetable casserole. This side-dish recipe can be made for a special occasion or for any weeknight meal.
For a slow cooker side dish that can't get much easier, try this ginger- and pomegranate juice-infused vetetable medley.
Try this easy recipe for refrigerated cucumber pickles when you have an abundance of fresh vegetables in your garden.
Simmer layers of fennel slices, artichokes, and an onion mixture in a slow cooker to create this side-dish recipe sensation.
Croutons rather than bread crumbs help hold this well-seasoned meat loaf together. Serve it for dinner with a side of creamy mashed potatoes.
Sweet prawns or shrimp fried in a vegetable-filled batter are the stars of this dinner, which is served on a cool cucumber salad.
Give nutritious beets a chance to shine in vegetable recipes. Bring out rich mellow flavor in this salad recipe by serving baby beets with goat cheese and vinaigrette. The salad pairs well with beef.
The sweet nutty flavor of parsnips complements roasted chestnuts in this rich, velvety soup.
Try this modern take on falafel for a vegetarian dish everyone will love. To get them out of the pan, gently pry with a fork. They freeze easily for use in other Greek dishes.