Looking for vegetable recipes? From spring peas and carrots to summer cucumbers, tomatoes, corn, beans, zucchini and potatoes, we have vegetable recipes for cold salads, casseroles, soups, and sides for every occasion or need.
Watermelon and Cucumber Salad with Red Onion
Mix all ingredients in large bowl and serve immediately. Recipes serves 2 but can be doubled or tripled.
Caesar Salad Cups
Caesar Salad is a classic, and I just love eating it in these cups. My mom made them once and I liked them so much, I kind of stole her idea.—Jack Witherspoon
Vermont Baked Beans
Baked from dried beans, this hearty side dish is slightly sweet with the flavor of maple syrup and so much lighter and fresher tasting that meat-laden baked beans.
Roasted Vegetable Chili
Roasting the vegetables adds sweet, smoky flavors to the chili; the roasted squash thickens the sauce. Add shredded rotisserie chicken for extra protein.
Tomato Lentil Chili
Bulgur and lentils team up for a quick-cooking, high-fiber vegetarian chili that is perfect for fall.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Brown Butter
Give these Brussels Sprouts a new name to tempt the kids into eating them. They’ll love the browned butter and bacon. Barbie Cabbages, anyone?
Green Beans with Figs and Pumpkin Seeds
A sauce for green beans that both kids and adults will love.
Green Beans with Maple Mustard Glaze
A sweet-tangy sauce for green beans that kids will love. You can make it a day ahead.
Marinated Buffalo Mozzarella and Tomato
Ripe summery tomatoes and good-quality mozzarella are a must for this simple starter.
Shakshuka is a North African dish with many variations. Some add preserved lemon, others feta and different herbs and spices.
Grain-Filled Bell Peppers
A beautifully seasoned four-grain pilaf stuffed into vibrant bell peppers.
Cook meat (drain and wash), add onion, bell pepper, butter, flour, salt, pepper, garlic, salt, and mushrooms. (cook about 10 minutes) Stir in soup. (cook…
A heady blend of North African spices transforms simple carrots into an exceptional dish.
Caramelized onions make any dish feel a bit more special, and they are a breeze to make. Throw everything in a dish and bake for an hour…that’s all!