Vegetables

Fresh, seasonal vegetables -- broccoli, carrots, asparagus, spinach, squash, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, green beans, kale, and split peas -- adapt easily into all sorts of recipes, including appetizers, sides, vegetarian main dishes, and desserts. They combine with a variety of ingredients to bring colorful, good-for-you dishes to your table and a healthy, balanced diet to you and your family. The benefits of eating veggies are truly endless, just like the myriad inspirational recipes and instruction we provide. Enjoy salads, smoothies, subs, pasta, breads, casseroles, soups, jams, and much more. We'll show you how to prepare all types of veggies, whether you are roasting, grilling, or sauteing. If you tend to eat the same vegetables each week, we'll help you get out of your rut with our handy A to Z produce guide that outlines when they are available, how to purchase, and storing options. Don't overlook this delicious part of your weeknight meals, picnics, parties, and potlucks.

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Spicy Broccoli Rabe and Chickpea Skillet

Broccoli rabe is inherently bitter, but splashes of acidic wine and lemon juice tame its bite. If you can't find rabe, swap in Swiss chard or kale.

Fried Green Tomatillos and Aioli

When green tomatoes are out of season, chef Belinda Smith-Sullivan suggests swapping in tomatillos. "It's not a tomato, but it's tomato-esque," she says.

Pumpkin-Spiced Spritz

Canned pumpkin and warm pie spices join forces in these delightful spritz cookies.

Fire-Roasted Squash Bake

This meal-prep recipe makes two casseroles so you've got one for now and one to freeze for later.

Mini Meat Loaves with Brussels Sprouts and Potatoes

Whip up these adorable mini meat loaves for dinner. This freezer-friendly recipe makes enough for 8 servings, so you can save half for a quick meal in the future.

Make-Ahead Korean-Inspired Chicken with Broccoli

Double up! This delicious spicy chicken dinner makes enough for two meals (8 servings total)! Use up your leftover rice and enjoy one tonight, then freeze the other for later.

More Vegetables

Carrot Cake Quick Bread

Carrot cake in bread form? Yes, please! Keep the structure of the bread light by shredding the carrot by hand on the fine-shredding surface of a box grater (avoid using a food processor, which can result in a soggy, dense texture).

Smoky Cauliflower-Cheese Soup

Mashing cauliflower into this cheesy soup allows the base to get nice and thick without adding a ton of carbs. Top your comforting bowl with additional cheese and some Cajun seasoning for a bit more spice.

Pumpkin Fall-afel

Need a savory pumpkin recipe? Try turning it into falafel! Serve on pita flatbread with tahini and Greek yogurt for an unforgettable vegetarian dinner.