Vegetable Side Dishes

Vegetable Side Dishes
Vegetable Side Dishes
Vegetable side dishes are the unsung hero of every meal. In most cases, they’re nutritious, delicious, and go with everything. You can make them savory or sweet or somewhere in between. The possibilities are endless. Whether you’re cooking for Christmas, Thanksgiving, or a weeknight dinner, you can recycle the same favorite recipes over and over again.

Try a few of these quick and easy good for you vegetable side dishes.

Easter
For a weekend full of chocolate bunnies and marshmallow chicks, keep good for you and delicious options on the table with vegetable side dishes. Our Simply Sautéed Spring Vegetables is an easy break from holiday treats. Prepare asparagus and peas with lemon juice and mint leaves for a refreshing and delicious side dish.

Summer
Nothing cues summer like an outdoor party. And nothing complements a barbecue like colorful, vegetable side dishes made with fresh summer vegetables. Try Simply Sautéed Summer Vegetables featuring sumptuous cherry tomatoes and zucchini. This dish is so colorful, it’s just fun to eat!

Thanksgiving
Fall means family, friends, and food—especially at Thanksgiving. Somewhere amidst the mounds of turkey, potatoes, and pies will be a vegetable side dish. Mix up the classic green beans with some almonds and cranberries in our Simply Sautéed Fall Vegetables. It’s a good mix of keeping it good for you and tasty.

Christmas
When you’re done building the gingerbread house, don’t forget to make a delicious, good for you vegetable side dish. With butternut squash in season, it’s a great opportunity to make Simply Sautéed Winter Vegetables. Cook the squash with some chopped red onions, dried cranberries, and fresh lime juice for a sweeter note. This dish is an excellent source of vitamins A and C potassium, Omega-3 and -6.

Of course, sautéed vegetable side dishes aren’t just for special occasions. They’re so easy to make, you can use them to jazz up any weekday meal.
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