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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Multicooker Caramelized Onions
No liquid is used to cook the onions in this pressure cooker caramelized onions recipe because they contain enough moisture to create the necessary steam to bring the pot up to pressure. Use these to make French onion soup or pasta (see recipes), quiche, or mixed with equal parts sour cream and mayonnaise for a decadent French onion dip.
Air-Fryer Mushrooms with Balsamic, Thyme, and Goat Cheese
These irresistibly sweet, tangy air-fryer mushrooms will make the perfect side dish for steak.
Air-Fried Brussels Sprouts with Maple-Bourbon Glaze
Top these air fryer Brussels sprouts with pecans and extra maple syrup for a sweet, crunchy finish.
Air Fryer Vegetarian Dressing
Use an air fryer to speed up the drying time for the bread cubes in this dressing. The same technique works for making croutons to top salads and soups.
Potatoes and Root Vegetables Anna
A combination of potatoes, sweet potatoes, and beets, this is one root veggie side dish you'll want to have at every holiday gathering.
Creamy Orecchiette with Spinach, Artichokes, and Bacon
Orecchiette pasta, known as "little ear," comes from Southern Italy. It works well for sauces, which collect in the pasta's concave shape.
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Creamed Kale Gratin
Reserve some of the leek mixture and toast the additional seeds for a second topper.
Eggs and Bacon Dutch Baby
Classic eggs and bacon combo shine in a brand new way.Make this savory puffed oven pancake the next time you want to impress guests without a lot of effort.
Pumpkin Pie with Marshmallow Meringue

Take traditional pumpkin pie up a notch by piling on a beautiful cloud of fluffy meringue on top.