Vegetables: they’re good for you, but aren’t always the most popular dish on the table. Here are nine flavorful veggie recipes that will make everyone beg for seconds!
Rach parboils her broccoli rabe, then sautees it in butter and olive oil. She adds lots of pepper, then when she plates it, she tops it with tons of shredded pecorino cheese.
For this super easy veggie, just roast green beans and coat in a homemade sriracha ketchup!
This vegan dish is an excellent way to get your family to eat their veggies. Rach sautees up beautiful green peas and fava beans with green onion, garlic, ginger and other delicious ingredients, then tosses with udon noodles.
These light and healthy mini pancakes feature peas as well as healthy guac and pea shoots on top!
This gluten-free take on lasagna features grilled or roasted vegetables instead of pasta. Rach layers her veggies with ricotta mixed with a parsley and walnut pesto. No one will miss the gluten in this dish!
Rach calls this recipe a “steakhouse recipe without the steak.” She makes mashed potatoes and parsnips loaded with crème fraiche and horseradish, then tops with a homemade mushroom gravy with broccolini, and finishes with blue cheese crumbles.
Twin girls came up with this clever method for using broccoli stumps. They just slice them up thin and bake them off with olive oil and a pinch of salt!
This is basically a mac and cheese with lots of brussels sprouts leaves, so there is less reason to feel guilty about the carbs! Rach kicks it up a notch in the cheese department, however, using mouthwatering Fontina Val’dosta, Parmigiano Reggiano and Gorgonzola Dolce. She tops with brown butter sage breadcrumbs and crispy sage leaves for the grand finale.
This creative salad features zucchini cut into spaghetti-like strands tossed with a dressing of olive oil, lemon and mint and topped with shaved pecorino.
What veggie do you have trouble getting your family to eat? Share below.