Move over, main dishes! Our recipes for scrumptious vegetable side dishes will steal the show at your next dinner party or weeknight meal. Start with old favorites, like green bean casserole, or mix up your vegetable routine with grilled artichokes or roasted beets.
For vegetable recipes that truly dazzle and delight, choose artichokes. Our tarragon-sauced recipe goes especially well alongside grilled chicken, beef, or lamb.
For vegetable side dishes that are packed with nutrients, consider those with kale in the mix. Here, the good-for-you green partners with colorful cabbage for a go-with-anything side.
This platter of grilled vegetables gets its eye-catching appeal from a couple of lesser-known picks: sunny-yellow pattypan squash and bright-red cherry sweet peppers.
Try it once, and this cheese-topped vegetable casserole might be your new favorite side dish. Featuring hearty vegetables and chopped pancetta, it also makes a delicious main dish.
A classic vegetable casserole gets a chic update thanks to wild mushrooms, fresh rosemary, and a food-lover's favorite ingredient: bacon.
If your children won't touch the vegetable recipes you bring to the table, try this strategy: Roast them to bring out some natural sweetness and add some crunch for kid-friendly texture. That's exactly the trick here!
Bring out the natural sweetness in all your favorite vegetables with our simple method.
Add this to your list of vegetable side dishes to serve during fresh corn season. It calls on Mexican crema and queso fresco for a luscious addition to the naturally sweet corn.
Bookmark this page for those times when you want vegetable recipes that veer well off the beaten path. The lightly sweet flavors of the sauce contrast the pleasingly bitter bok choy for an irresistibly intriguing vegetable recipe.
When it comes to roasted vegetables, asparagus is a great candidate. A short stint in the oven brings out an amazingly deep, toasty flavor to contrast the bright green spears.
This sparkling trio includes Swiss chard, which has beetlike flavor in the stems and spinachlike flavor in the leaves, for one of the most flavor-packed vegetable side dishes around.
The lime-infused, paprika-sparked butter goes beautifully with corn. Another time, partner the flavored butter with assorted grilled vegetables, such as zucchini, carrots, and sweet peppers.
Oh, baby! These diminutive delicacies are quite the treat. Give the medley of tiny and colorful vegetables a go the next time you want grilled vegetables on the menu.
This recipe does double duty, combining a hearty root and a leafy green for a nutritious and colorful vegetable casserole.
When it's your turn to host a large gathering, save valuable stovetop space by choosing vegetable side dishes that can be prepared in your slow cooker. This creamy and luscious blend of cauliflower and broccoli is the perfect option.
Be prepared! Guests are going to ask you what you did to make this vegetable side dish so amazing. It's up to you whether to reveal the secret ingredient: celery root, which brings a fascinatingly nutty flavor to the mash.