"My husband and I eat this quick veggie side dish at least once a week. We enjoy it with just about any main course," reports Ally Fitzgerald of Alpharetta, Georgia. "It's a light easy way to get extra vegetables into your diet."
Teri Anne Finnerty of Marshalltown, Iowa shares this no-fuss way to jazz up cauliflower...or most any vegetable. "A friend used this recipe with broccoli," she notes. "Now our sons enjoy both cauliflower and broccoli served this way."
Dish up a healthy serving of root vegetables seasoned with dill in this colorful, easy-to-fix combo from Janice Mitchell of Aurora, Colorado. “I sometimes substitute celery for the turnips, but I always get compliments,” she shares.
Joyce Turley of Slaughters, Kentucky shared a presentation for fresh green beans that is so pretty, it could serve as the centerpiece for your dinner table! Bundled in yellow squash rings, the beans are seasoned with a drizzle of garlic and tarragon.
"I threw this warm fruit dish together one Thanksgiving when I needed an additional side dish," Lisa Sharman says of her tangy combination of fresh apples and canned fruit. "It was such a hit that I'm still asked to bring it to family gatherings," she writes from Helena, Alabama.
Garlic-Almond Green Beans is her family’s favorite way to eat this popular vegetable, writes Genny Monchamp from Redding, California. “The beans stay so bright and crisp. To speed things up even more, you could use frozen green beans instead of fresh.”