Post Tagged with: "veggies"

Fried Green Beans with Strawberry Dipping Sauce

These crispy bites have been popping up in restaurants over the past couple of years. We had always shrugged them off, but since they are our sister-in-law’s favorite, we decided to give them a try. After just one bite, we fell in love with these deep fried green beans; talk about delicious! And the dipping sauce [...]

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Harvest Carrots

Fill your dinner table with this colorful, eye-catching and delicious side dish. These stunning carrots will help give your family a dose of vitamin A and give your menu a splash of color. Ingredients: 1 bunch of rainbow carrots, peeled and trimmed leaving part of the stem intact 1 tbsp. olive oil 1 tsp. fresh [...]

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Sweet & Spicy Cauliflower Wheels

Cauliflower doesn’t just belong in the standard “veggie medley”. This vitamin-packed veggie can totally rock it alone; all you need is a little sweet and a little spice.

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Garlic Lovers’ Roasted Broccolini

Looking to break away from your side dish norm of green beans and broccoli? Here’s a dark green side that puts a twist on your weeknight rotation. Broccolini is a cross between broccoli and kale and it can be found in your grocer’s produce section. This delicious vegetable is a natural hybrid of the cabbage family and [...]

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Roasted Mediterranean Veggies

This simple veggie side is a perfect complement to our Herb & Caper Fish. The hearty tomatoes, sweet onions and earthy sprouts are perfectly balanced with the salty olives and fresh thyme. These veggies will make your mouth sing! Ingredients: 2 Roma tomatoes – quartered 1/2 small Vidalia onion, sliced 7-8 brussel sprouts – halved [...]

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Sausage and Roasted Veggie Pasta

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I used to think that sausage only had three primary uses: a pizza topping, a component to Thanksgiving stuffing, and a side for pancakes and eggs. I had never imagined being creative with this flavorful pork by using it as a cheap protein for quick weeknight cooking. [...]

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Roasted Heirloom Summer Veggies

Healthy never looked so delicious! Who could resist this gorgeous platter of fresh roasted veggies? The pear in this recipe adds just a little sweetness, while the pine nuts offer crunch and richness. We recommend pairing these vibrant veggies with our Pan Seared Tilapia with a Lemon Butter Glaze. The light fish will look perfect next to this rustic side.

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Green Beans with Caramelized Onions

Everyone loves green bean casserole, and this classic holiday side just got even better. We ditched the cream of mushroom soup and french fried onions and added in fresh veggies and herbs. We love our healthy twist on this classic recipe because it makes for the perfect side dish all year long. In fact, it [...]

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Panko Brussel Spouts with Salami

I created this recipe to reminisce about our recent vacation to Bermuda. We stayed at the Fairmont Southampton Resort and had one of the best Caribbean vacations we’ve had in awhile. We loved almost everything about Bermuda. The hotel was beautiful, the beaches were breath-taking, the island is a quick and easy flight and the [...]

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Tomato and Peas

The cool, crisp air indicates that it’s the time of year that farmers’ markets are coming to an end and our favorite veggies are now “out of season”. Before Tinsley discovered her love for the kitchen, we used to dread this time of year because it meant our veggies would come from whatever we could [...]

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Potatoes and Sprouts

Autumn is here and we’re beginning to look for those warm and comforting dishes. This side is sure to fit the bill and would be an excellent match to our Apple Jack Chicken. The hearty brussel sprouts paired with potatoes are a perfect match. You could even make this side with a sweet potato instead [...]

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Root Veggie Medley

The season for farmer’s markets is upon us. Early in the spring, root veggies are in season. You will notice a ton of them at the start of the farm-to-table season. This recipe represents my interpretation of the goods that the Earth gives to us and I love the sweet notes that the peas add [...]

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