Sesame Vegetables Accent a frozen vegetable mix with flavorful wedges of fresh fennel and toasted sesame seed.
Basil Beans and Tomatoes Fresh basil lends a fragrant scent and flavor to many of your favorite vegetable dishes. Plant some of this easy-to-grow herb in your garden or grow it in a pot on your kitchen window sill.
Peppers and Zucchini You can buy sweet peppers in a rainbow of bright colors. Green, red, and yellow are the most common, but orange and purple peppers are also available. Mix and match the different colors in recipes like this one.
Jicama and Pepper Stir-Fry Sometimes called a Mexican potato, jicama (HE-kuh-muh) is used in Mexican, Central American, and Asian cooking. Its white flesh has a delicate flavor and crisp texture much like that of a water chestnut. When lightly cooked, as in this ginger-accented vegetable medley, it retains its crunchy texture.
Hot-Style Garlic Spinach Serve this Vietnamese-style wilted salad with grilled fish or chicken for a delightful summertime meal.
Apple-Carrot Stir-Fry Enjoy this savory apple dish as an accompaniment to stuffed pork chops or roast chicken.
Bean Sprout Stir-Fry You'll find the appealing combination of textures, shapes, and colors in this vegetable stir-fry to be a good complement for grilled steak or chicken.
Butter-Glazed Summer Vegetables This simple stir-fry dish enhances the natural goodness of summer vegetables with a generous sprinkling of fresh, fragrant herbs and just a dab of butter.