Healthy Side Dishes
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Vegetable Side Dishes
The bright and refreshing taste of these cucumber side dishes are perfect additions to the dinner table. Recipes like our Quick Cucumber Kimchi and Cucumber & Avocado Salad are refreshing additions to the dinner table.
Learn how to pickle cucumbers with this quick pickle recipe. These pickled cucumbers are the perfect balance of sour and sweet.
Dressed with a tangy lemon vinaigrette and fresh mint, this invigorating--and dairy-free--potato salad makes the perfect summer potluck contribution.
An orange glaze brings out the sweetness in one of the kid-friendliest vegetables around. With convenient pre-shredded carrots, there's no chopping required.
Fresh from the skillet, these flatbreads are perfumed with intense sweet caramelized onions. They're wonderful dipped into a little soup or to serve alongside a saucy curry. They're quite simple to make--to speed up the process use two skillets or a griddle so you can cook twice as many at once.
Broccoli's impressive nutritional profile puts it high on the list of foods to eat more of, an inviting task when you toss it with crunchy pine nuts, soft, sweet onions and tangy balsamic vinegar.
This chunky Mexican side dish recipe for rajas, which literally means “strips” in Spanish, is a perfect side to grilled steak or chicken. It's also fantastic as a taco topper or stirred into scrambled eggs.
These quick and easy Instant Pot pinto beans offer a subtle heat from dried chiles, with scallions and garlic bumping up the savory flavor.
Garlic, bacon and shallots are all you need to add intense flavor to Brussels Sprouts in this 5-ingredient recipe. To trim Brussels sprouts, simply cut off the stem end and halve. If they're large, you can quarter them, just making sure the Brussels sprouts are cut into uniform pieces so that they'll cook evenly.
Here's a fast, efficient way to cook green beans (and other vegetables), eliminating the fuss of bringing a large pot of water to a boil or draining the veggies.
Need some fresh recipe inspiration? Try one of these new veggie sides, from cauliflower salads to sheet-pan roasted vegetables. Recipes like our Cucumber & Celery Salad and Roasted Garlic Butter Cabbage Wedges are great sides that can be paired with any main dish.
Black sticky rice, a delicious whole-grain alternative to white rice, is purplish black in color and has a chewy texture. This recipe gives you a simple method for how to make black sticky rice. Look for it in natural-foods stores in the bulk department or with other whole-grain rice.
Rinsing removes this gluten-free pseudo-grain's natural coating, called saponin, which can make it taste bitter. (Quinoa is technically a seed.) Although most boxed quinoa is prerinsed, it doesn't hurt to give it an extra rinse at home. Allowing the quinoa to steam helps it absorb any remaining traces of liquid and plump up.
A mix of colorful root vegetables may be your star side. Peeled, pre-chopped butternut squash saves time, but pieces tend to be irregular and small—we prefer peeling and cubing it yourself.
Welcome summer with this smokey grilled corn. Seasoned with classic bold barbecue flavor, this grilled corn will be a home run at your next backyard barbecue.
If you're looking for green bean recipes, there's a good chance you'll stumble on a Southern interpretation of this soulful side.
Garlic butter seeps into the folds of tender-crisp green cabbage wedges for a savory side that pairs well with everything from seafood to steak. Perfect as a side dish for any dinner
Roasting these carrots with only a bit of butter and some cardamom gives them a rich, nutty flavor that belies how healthy they are. A perfect side to a chicken dinner.
Smashing cooked potatoes then roasting them in the oven increases the surface area, giving you plenty of golden-brown crispy crust.
Salty pancetta and creamy goat cheese pair up with smashed Brussels sprouts in this easy side for dinner
A quick roast in the oven brings out the zucchini's delicate, earthy flavor, plus it's an easy hands-off way to cook zucchini for a fast vegetable side.
These vegetarian Passover recipes make the perfect side dishes for your table.
From roasted veggie sides to fresh and vibrant salads, these tasty dishes will have you craving green vegetables for every meal.
Charred bits of tender-crisp savoy cabbage pick up the flavors of coriander and lemon in this delightful side dish. #dinner#dinnerideas#supperideas#dinnerrecipes#healthydinnerideas#healthydinnerrecipes#healthyrecipes#sidedishes#healthysidedishes#sidedishrecipes#healthyrecipes