Top Rated Vegetable Recipes

Garden Vegetable Ceviche
While all of the food on our recent trip to Belcampo Belize was out-of-this-world delicious, one dish particularly stands out, and it just happens to be one we order daily — the garden vegetable ceviche. The vegetables used in the dish may change depending on what is fresh, but the ceviche is always delicious. I see it as a side dish at home instead of a salad, but it works equally well as an appetizer or a main course with a salad. Your choice!This recipe is courtesy of Chef Renee of Belcampo Belize.
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roasted squash and root vegetables
Put those fall vegetables to good use and make this side dish for Thanksgiving or for a family dinner. This will be a healthy dish everyone will enjoy.
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Vegetable Kebabs
Grilled vegetables are naturally sweet and full of crunch and color. Plus, there’s a whole variety in season during the summertime.This recipe is courtesy of Home Depot.
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This quick and easy marinade is great for grilling vegetables, and also works well with chicken or skirt steak.
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  Alongside the hamburgers and hot dogs at our summer cookouts will be these vegetable pitas. Mushrooms, zucchini, bell pepper, and red onion make this sandwich hearty and satisfying, and additions like balsamic and goat cheese make it extra flavorful. 
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This rice dish is great when you crave Creole but don't have chicken or sausage on hand. — Crystal Bruns, Iliff, Colorado For more recipes, visit Taste of Home
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Vegetable Quesadilla
It’s shocking how much blood-pressure-raising sodium and belly-bulging calories are in many restaurant quesadillas. Chili's Bacon Ranch Chicken Quesadilla, for example, tallies up a whopping 1,650 calories and 3,450 milligrams of sodium (that’s double the sodium that most of us should have in an entire day, say the 2010 U.S. Dietary Guidelines). Our Pritikin Vegetable Quesadilla has just 100 calories and 95 milligrams of sodium. With Pritikin cuisine, there’s a very good chance you’ll never need blood pressure medication, or extra-large clothes.
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Kasha with Vegetables
Kasha is a sort of porridge made from toasted buckwheat groats – that is, the hulled kernels of buckwheat, a grainlike seed unrelated to wheat and gluten-free. Kasha is a popular food in Russia and Poland and was brought to the United States by Jewish immigrants from those countries in the early years of the twentieth century. Kasha is richly aromatic with a distinctive, nutty taste. It cooks quickly and makes an unusual and nutritious whole-grain preparation that seems most suited to fall and winter meals. Dried and reconstituted shiitake mushrooms and their soaking liquid greatly enhance the flavor of the dish.Fast Food, Good Food More Than 150 Quick and Easy Ways to Put Healthy, Delicious Foods on the Table courtesy Little, Brown and Company Copyright © 2015 by Andrew Weil, MD
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This meal for one is quick, easy, and nutritious. It’s one hundred percent vegetarian, but roasted meat would taste great with it too. Ciick here for more ramen upgrades
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Tempura
Tempura may be the distant relative of the french fry. The Japanese have long enjoyed the crispy, crunchy taste of fresh vegetables coated with a fluffy batter.
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Vegetable Brochettes with Pimentón Marinade
Who can resist the taste of grilled foods? Smoky aromas make your mouth water, and robust flavors satisfy the most ravenous hunger. That’s how pimentón found its way into the marinade. A smoked Spanish paprika that comes in three varieties — dulce (sweet), agridulce (bittersweet and a little spicy), and picante (spicy) — pimentón is the spice most associated with Spanish national dishes like chorizo and paella. Click here to see A Vegetarian Grilling Menu.
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Vegetable Biryani
Biryani is an Indian dish usually made with spiced lamb, raisins, eggs, and vegetables layered with perfectly cooked basmati rice and steamed together in a sealed pot. This version is meatless but still just as flavorful, seasoned with cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and garlic. Look for ginger-garlic paste in Indian markets or make it yourself with a mortar and pestle and equal parts peeled ginger and garlic. This recipe was created by Riddhima, who writes the blog Culinary Vibes. See all rice recipes.
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