A step-by-step guide to sous vide carrots along with a spiced honey-butter carrot recipe that changes your carrot game forever!
These roasted cabbage steaks drizzled with a refreshing cilantro lime sauce to intensify the flavor satisfy both vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.
Use your leftover rice to make this light and refreshing beans and rice side dish. It’s protein-packed, gluten-free, and ready in ten minutes.
This vegetable mango relish is a great way to bring boring meals to life. It pairs perfectly with any protein dish or can be scooped up with tortilla chips.
Packed with a variety of vegetables and herbs along with a simple and delicious lemon Dijon dressing, this vegan quinoa bowl is rich in flavor and nutrients. It’s gluten-free and super easy to customize.
The way you eat corn on the cob will never be the same after you’ve tried this mouthwatering Caribbean-style recipe. Coated with homemade aioli, paprika, parmesan cheese, and parsley, this is the perfect American side dish to serve any time of year.
This sous vide butternut squash salad is the perfect antidote to boring weekday lunches. The butternut squash adds a subtle sweetness, and you’ll get an extra punch of flavor from pears, Brussels sprouts, and a homemade balsamic vinegar glaze.
This hearty and filling black bean salad is not only the perfect side dish to your meat course but a great main dish for vegetarians.
Topped with blue cheese and chopped walnuts, this four-ingredient arugula pear salad drizzled with tahini dressing is so quick to throw together, yet the combination of sweet and salty flavors and crunchy and soft textures proves that simple can be phenomenal.
With a light, fluffy texture and savory flavor, this easy quinoa salad recipe may be simple, but it’s definitely not boring. Make this recipe for a good summer barbecue dish or picnic or to complement some grilled kebabs.