This kohlrabi dish can serve as a vegetarian main course or as a side dish. It’s best to use medium-sized kohlrabi.
Cauliflower tossed in wing sauce that is crispy on the outside, tender and juicy on the inside. Just what you’d expect from a wing.
Microwaving spaghetti squash is much easier and quicker than waiting for it to roast in the oven. Once done, it is ready to be topped with your favorite ingredients, or kept simple with just a pat of butter and some salt. For longer strands, cut the squash crosswise instead of lengthwise.
Turn boring cauliflower into a delicious side when you top it with a caper and garlic brown butter. I like to cut my cauliflower into slices instead of florets, so there is more flat surface area for roasting and the topping doesn’t slide off.
Roasting garlic alongside the spaghetti squash makes double use of the oven time, and adds double the flavor. This spaghetti squash is great on its own, or as a side dish to any protein.
I had an overabundance of pumpkin grow in my garden this year, and wanted to try something different from the usual sweet pumpkin recipes–this was the end result. It’s a great side dish to any protein, or even a great addition to a salad. Make sure to be very careful when cutting your pumpkin–use a sharp knife, and keep the pumpkin from rolling around when slicing.
Great way to get more veggies in your diet, and cut out some carbs! Spiralized zucchini acts as the “pasta” in this simple, yet tasty dish. The sauce freezes well, so feel free to scale the amount of “zoodles” to accommodate just 2 or 4 servings.
These Indian-inspired roasted vegetables have a pop of flavor and a hint of heat from the aromatic and well-known Indian spice blend, garam masala. If you cannot find garam masala in the international section of your grocery store or ethnic market, there are many recipes available online to make your own.
This is a roasted one-pan dish that is great as a side dish, wonderful over pasta or rice, or fabulous on its own with crusty garlic bread!
Simple roasted broccoli and cauliflower seasoned with lemon-pepper that pairs nicely with steak, chicken, fish, or pork.