I absolutely love vegetables. I always have. When I was a kid, I was a super picky eater, but I loved raw vegetables. Today, I'm not quite so picky an eater, but I still love vegetables cooked or raw.
But I do realize that not everyone shares my love of veggies. And I'll admit that even though I like them prepared pretty much any way, some ways do taste a lot better than others. If you're not much of a vegetable fan, it's especially important to have yummy vegetable recipes that will entice you to eat them. Because like them or not, vegetables are full of nutrients and vitamins, and they keep you healthy.
On this page, I have some vegetable recipes that my family and I particularly enjoy. I've split the page up into two sections:
Just one more thing before we get down to the recipes. A recipe is only a recipe. If you really want to understand how to cook vegetables, check out our page on cooking vegetables. It'll help you understand what goes on when you roast or sauté your vegetables, so that you can create your own awesome recipes. That way, you make them just the way you like them, and never get bored!
Sometimes, I'm in the mood for a specific cooking method. Doesn't matter what vegetable, as long as it's cooked the right way. In the summer, that usually means grilling, and in the winter, I just love roasted vegetables.
If you've got a craving for a specific cooking method, you're in the right section! Read on to find a recipe that's just what you're looking for.
Sautéing is a great way to cook vegetables. If you want to know more about sautéing, you can always visit our page on cooking vegetables. But, if you're just looking for a vegetable side dish recipe, read on to see if we have what you're looking for!
Sometimes I'm in the mood for a particular cooking method. But most of the time, I have a specific vegetable in the fridge, and I want to cook it. If that's the case for you, just read on. Find the vegetable you're looking for, and see if one of the recipes we have looks good to you!
Asparagus is a great vegetable. Not only is it polite (and fun) to eat it with your hands, but it's really tasty, if you cook it right.
You may have heard that Brussels sprouts are evil and gross. Well, I love them. I find them super delicious and I know that makes me weird. My husband, on the other hand, does not love them. So to make sure we're both happy at the dinner table, I just had to come up with a way of cooking Brussels sprouts that he'd like, too. Here it is!
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