This can be served on it's own or served as a side. You may need 3 zucchini depending on the size.
But this is so easy to make, and a great way to use up zucchini that you can't give away for love nor money!.
This was the first time I made Fennel... so I just put things I really like together. (I bet you could add just about any other vegetable to this!) Well it was so very yummy and received raves from my family. I find it incredibly easy and a perfect make ahead dish that frees up time when entertaining. I served it with salmon and it was exquisite!
What a delicious side dish to have with your grilled steak! I love cooking mushrooms when I am grilling. I can just put them on and pretty much forget about them. They don't really overcook, unless you burn them! Take your time with them if you want to. You can also cook them at a higher heat, but you really have to make sure you don't burn the garlic. Enjoy!
This is a Greek recipe. This can be used to top a salad of baby spinach or other greens, pasta, couscous or any other similar thing. Or, scoop it up on small bites of good crusty bread, or serve as a variation of eggplant bruschetta. It can be served as an appetizer, a side dish, or a meatless main course.
This is a fabulous way to prepare squash! My DH normally does not like squash of any kind and really enjoyed this! Great alternative to mashed potatoes. Posted as a component of my "Recipe#294492", but is great on it's own too!
I found this recipe in a group of newspaper clippings I have, and decided to make it a few nights ago. The crunchy topping gives a nice texture when used with the creamy filling. Be sure not to overcook the cauliflower -- it should be slightly undercooked as it will finish up when the casserole is in the oven.
This surprising combination adds more sweetness to an already sweet summer treat of corn on the cob. The roasted red pepper mayo is also delicious with grilled potatoes or other favourite vegetables. Recipe by Emily Richards from Food and Drink.
I love Brussels sprouts and think they have an undeserved bad reputation with so many because they are often overcooked. (Cooking Brussels sprouts releases sulfur compounds; when overcooked, they develop an unpleasant sulfurous flavor and smell.) In this recipe, adapted from Eating Well (October/November 2006), a small amount of bacon goes a long way to impart its wonderful, smoky flavor to the sprouts.
After much searching...I found a yummy Indonesian recipe that is not already posted here at Zaar. It looks very uncomplicated, not TOO exotic & delicious. If you make this before me (next week), please let me know what you think. This particular version was on somebody's blog...most of the other versions I found hadn't been translated!