Healthy Side Dish Recipes
Complement a healthy dinner with a healthy side dish you made in a jiffy. Whether you'd like to add a hearty grain or a green vegetable to your dinner menu, this collection of recipes and tips ensures that a healthful meal is just a few minutes away.
5 Crazy-Good Corn Toppers
It may be corny, but we love these corn-on-the-cob topper recipes almost as much as we love summer. Whether you’re craving spicy, sweet, or salty, we’ve got you covered… and your corn.
Grilled Veggie Pasta Salad
Give your grill something to smile about! Cook some fresh veggies on it and add to pasta for a light summer pasta salad.
Radish and Cucumber Salad
Cucumbers and radishes are the perfect pair for a refreshing summer salad. Toss in peppery radish leaves for even more flavor.
[MUSIC] Radish and Cucumber Salad. radish. cucumber. salt. rice vinegar.
olive oil . lime juice. let stand 1 hour. radish tops.
Delicious Two-Ingredient Flatbread
You're two ingredients away from hot and fresh flatbread. Once you've mastered the basic recipe, try flavorful mix-ins like herbs and spices.
[MUSIC] Delicious Two-Ingredient Flatbread. Self-rising flour + full-fat Greek yogurt. Seasonings (optional).
Knead dough . Shape into small balls. Let rest for 20 minutes. flatten dough. oil pan.
10 Can't-Mess-up Deviled Egg Toppers
Bored with paprika on your deviled eggs? Let us help you with these so-simple deviled egg toppers with ideas that are spicy, salty, fresh, peppery, and tangy there's a deviled egg idea for everyone.
10 Can't-Mess-Up Deviled Egg Toppers. 1. pickles. 2. french fried onions. 3.
smoked salmon and dill. 4. smoked black pepper. 5. sriracha. 6. parmesan cheese. 7. herbed feta. 8. BBQ chips. 9. microgreens. 10. bacon.
How to Make a Rainbow Fruit Pizza
Whether it's for St. Patrick's Day or a kid's birthday party a rainbow fruit pizza is a cute twist on the usual sphere. Our trick for shaping the sugar cookie crust makes it a cinch!
[MUSIC] How to Make a Rainbow Fruit Pizza. Draw a rainbow on
parchment paper . Flip parchment over. Shape dough into rainbow shape. Bake 15 minutes. Spread with cream cheese and whipped topping mixture. Arrange fruit pieces.
Mash Your Next Meal
Mashed potatoes are a creamy, silky delicacy, but so are these flavorful potato alternatives. Mash your favorite fruits and vegetables with a dash of flavor for a modern twist on the classic mashed potato.
[MUSIC] Mash your next meal.
Celery root , potatoes, and pear mash. It's a fruit and a vegetable. Coconut-curry mashed sweet potatoes. A touch of Thai. Citrusy mashed squash. A bowl full of sunshine. Parsnip-potato mash. Buy parsnips next to the potatoes. White cheddar mashed sweet potatoes. A super cozy combo. Mashed cauliflower. A sneaky veggie side. Two toned potatoes. Win the potluck. Garlic mashed potatoes . Classic. Dill mashed carrots. A dash of pickle-y charm. BHG.com
How to Cook Green Beans
Check out our four methods for cooking fresh green beans. Each is a cinch, ensuring that you'll want to serve green beans to your family tonight.
[MUSIC] How to cook green beans . Wash 12 ounces green beans . Cut off ends. Leave whole, cut in 1-inch pieces, or slice lengthwise for French-cut. How to cook on a stove: Cook, covered, in boiling salted water. Time tip: Whole or cut green beans take 10 minutes. How to cook in the microwave: Place in dish with 2 Tbsp. water. Microwave, covered, on high. Time tip: Whole or cut green beans take 8 minutes. French-cut take 7 minutes. How to steam: Cook in covered steamer. Time tip: Any cut of green beans takes 20 minutes. How to saute: Add 1 Tbsp. salt and beans to boiling water. Cook 4 minutes. Transfer to ice bath. Heat
olive oil in skillet. Add beans and cook 4 minutes.
Fresh Appetizer Recipe: Sweet Pea Ricotta Bruschetta
Light and delicious, this bruschetta recipe features a balance of sweet and savory flavors. Plus, get cookbook author and stylist Libbie Summers' secret to making frozen peas taste as great as fresh peas.
We're gonna take a little juice from that lemon. Finally, a little
olive oil . Adding a little salt and pepper. And that's it. The consistency we're after for the layer of the sweet peas is still
Side Dish Upgrade: Broccoli
Improve a basic broccoli side dish with a crunchy topping, a bit of heat, and our secret-ingredient for adding a layer of freshness.
the crunch factor, try homemade bread crumbs or Panko. Toss together with fresh herbs and a generous amount of
olive oil or melted butter then finish by grating over a little Parmesan of Parmigiano-Reggiano. Zest it up! Grate over a little orange or lemon peel and give them a big squeeze of juice. The bright acidic flavor will wake up any green vegetable . Give it some heat. A little crushed red pepper adds zing to even the most traditional dishes. There you have it with