Veggie-forward dishes like these challenge the notion that meals always consist of a meat entree, a starch and a little vegetable on the side. You can save money and power up the nutrient factor by making vegetables the star. If you want to make healthy gluten-free cooking a priority this year, these dishes are a flavorful, inspiring place to start. These dishes work as a side (just adjust your portions) if you want a traditional meal but also make wonderful main attractions themselves.
This dish is rich and decadent, and reheats well so you can serve it another day. Serve alongside a fancy dinner or make it your main attraction—it perfectly complements a big hearty salad for a weeknight dinner. Click here for the recipe.
Squash, carrots, kale and radicchio provide a colorful, multi-textured base for the salad. The prosciutto ribbons, goat cheese, nuts, seeds and apples add crunch and depth of flavor. Whip up some homemade dressing with sour and sweet notes, and you have a fantastic looking and tasting meal. Click here for the recipe.
Healthy enough to serve as a breakfast muffin or a dinner side, but delicious enough to be dessert, these muffins are full of vegetables and spice. Click here for the recipe.