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Easy Vegetable Recipes

American Flag Fruit Kebabs

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Celebrate America with these healthy fruit kebabs. Present this delicious dish to look like the American flag and see how much your family and friends love it. It’s quick, easy, and if there are kids around they can join in on the fun!

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Roasted Butternut Squash Salad

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This gluten-free and vegetarian side dish is a great go-to dish for the holiday season.  Everyone will love this “Roasted Butternut Squash Salad” and it is appropriate for a variety of dietary restrictions.  You can even make it vegan by eliminating the feta cheese.

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Eggplant and Couscous Salad

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Looking for a lovely light lunch that is ready to enjoy in minutes?  This “Eggplant and Couscous Salad” is an easy and healthy choice!

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Roasted Carrot Hummus Vegetable Sandwiches

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This veggie-packed sandwich just might be my new favorite lunch.  Not only is it colorful and healthy, but these pita pockets are easy to eat on-the-go!

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Top 10 Recipes with Zucchini

2 Comments | Written on August 22, 2014 at 5:00 am , by

On the lookout for new and exciting ways to zucchini?  We have 10 recipes from appetizers all the way through dessert that will renew your love for this summer squash!

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Marinated Summer Squash

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This “Marinated Summer Squash” is a beautiful cold appetizer presentation that is perfect for late summer entertaining.  Yellow and green squash are still in season, so now is the ideal time to make this dish.  I love how subtle flavors of garlic and sage are infused into the squash.

Best part is, everything can (and should) be made the day before, so you can sit back and enjoy a glass of wine with your guests!

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Spaghetti and Vegetable “Noodles”

No Comments | Written on July 26, 2014 at 5:00 am , by

By now most of us know that a serving size of pasta is much smaller than what we tend to put on our plates.  So how do you indulge in a big bowl of pasta without throwing your diet off track?  Supplement your spaghetti with vegetable “noodles!”

Nowadays it is easier than ever to bulk up your plate with veggies using the popular “spiralizer” tools now on the market.  Really, its just a fancy way of cutting your favorite vegetables into noodle ribbons so they can be easily tossed into your favorite dishes.  Why not make your big bowl of spaghetti half pasta and half vegetables?  Your waistline will thank you!

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Roasted Asparagus with Pancetta and Shallot Vinaigrette

No Comments | Written on June 4, 2014 at 5:00 am , by

Asparagus is in season and is featured in grocery stores and farmers markets right now.  This vegetable is so easy to prepare and makes an elegant accompaniment to any spring or summertime meal.

This recipe features roasted asparagus with an indulgent vinaigrette of pancetta, shallots, red wine vinegar, dijon mustard and red pepper flakes.  A bit of fresh basil from the garden finishes off the side dish with a flourish.

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Tunisian Cauliflower ‘Couscous’

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This innovative vegan and gluten-free main dish is inspired by the robust flavors of Tunisia.  Cauliflower is grated to resemble ‘couscous’ and then sautéed with olive oil, pistachios, harissa spices, dates, and olives.

It’s a healthy, 15 minute meal that is certain to wow.

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Mexican Stuffed Peppers

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This recipe is a vegetarian version of stuffed peppers with a Mexican twist!

The filling is made of brown rice, vegetables and beans with a kick from chipotle peppers.  Should there be any leftover filling after you stuff the peppers,, it makes a great stuffing for enchiladas, burritos, or quesadillas.

My favorite part of the recipe is the crunchy pepita topping.  It’s made with chopped pumpkin seeds, cheese and (here’s the twist) Grape Nuts cereal!

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