If you're looking for some easy vegetable recipe ideas for cooked veggies, here's where you can stop by for some simple ideas. If you're like me, sometimes all I need is a list so that my poor tired brain doesn't have to come up with yet one more thing.
• sauté frozen corn in small amount of olive oil. Sprinkle lightly with Adobo (or onion salt) and black pepper while cooking. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes, until corn is just tender
• boil baby carrots in small amount of water, drain well and add equal parts brown sugar/butter for a light glaze
• steam sliced carrots until just tender, add tablespoon of teriyaki sauce, stirring over low heat until light glaze forms
• toss thinly-sliced carrots (or match stick-cut style) with a tablespoon of olive oil, onion salt and black pepper. Roast in oven until just tender and golden brown
• Baked Corn Pudding Recipe
• Sautéed Green Beans and Corn Recipe
• sauté some frozen green beans in a small amount of olive oil. Season with Adobo (or onion salt) and black pepper while cooking
• Quick-Roasted Asparagus Recipe
• Dandelion Sesame Sauté Recipe
• this Easy Vegetable Recipe is a great way to pull together a side dish with the veggies in your crisper drawer
More Cooked Veggie Recipe Ideas:
Simmered, sautéed and seasoned with sesame seeds. Who knew butternut squash had a slightly exotic-exciting side?
Not wild about cabbage? This is sure to win over the pickiest of veggie eaters. Whenever I have a bit of cream cheese (even just a couple tablespoons), it's the most reliable way to make cabbage one of our favorite veggies.
This recipe can easily be adapted to whatever veggies you have on hand, from broccoli and carrots to corn and green beans. The key is a quick olive oil sauté with Adobo seasoning -- a winner in just minutes.
These veggies can also be slow-baked in the oven for 1 1/2 to 2 hours when making a larger, longer-cooking roast. This stovetop preparation is much quicker and just as tasty.
It was only a couple years ago that I discovered how much I enjoy the anise-like flavor of fresh fennel and have enjoyed experimenting with different veggie and seasoning combos. This one can easily be adapted to any veggies you've got on hand, from broccoli to green beans. Go for it!
Inspired by a few leftover yams and carrots and yet-another-half-eaten container of canned pineapple, this mix-n-match vegetable side is a version that kids will love—thanks to that sweeter fruit sautéed alongside the beta-carotene-rich veggies.
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