These green beans offer sweet and spicy flavors along with the distinctive taste of cilantro or Thai basil. They make a great side dish, and you can also use the sauce to pour over grilled white fish or chicken.
Couscous in chicken broth and lemon takes on a savory appeal that also compliments vegetables like asparagus and tomatoes. This side dish works well with grilled meats, poultry or fish.
This is the potluck-friendly side dish you’ve been looking for! Deliciously different, we think of it as a new take on roasted veggies.
This vegetable side dish is healthy, low in calories, easy to make and offers lots of flavor. Rich in antioxidants like phenols and flavonoids, eggplant provides volume and texture to help fill you up and satisfy your stomach.
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Homemade popcorn can be one of the healthiest snacks around, as long as it’s not drowning in butter. It’s got tons of fiber and heart-healthy polyphenols. Try an air-popper, add some spices and you’ve got a much healthier snack than traditional popcorn.
Making your own cauliflower rice is easy in a food processor. Ricing your vegetables is also much healthier than white rice, and it’s so good you may never cook conventional fried rice again. Not to mention this recipe is loaded with vitamin C nourishing protein.
In cauliflower you’ll find vitamin C, vitamin K and beta-carotene. You’ll get lots of these nutrients in this delicious, Indian-spice-inspired dish.
This delicious stew is perfect for vegetarians or meat eaters. And it’s full of healthy fats! Add in some chicken or tofu for extra protein. If you’re enjoying a bit of grains, this pairs nicely with wild rice.
These ginger sweet potato pancakes are a tasty side dish to go with any dinner. They’re a great source of fiber and vitamins A and C.
This hearty black bean and avocado salad contains soluble fiber and monounsaturated fatty acids to help fight cholesterol, which ultimately can lower your risk of heart disease.