Tomato and gochujang braised green cabbage is served with chickpeas and hearty bread, resulting in a spicy and warm comfort dish. A savory one pan cabbage recipe made easily in a cast iron skillet. Perfect as a filling main course or spicy side dish to a rich protein entree.
This raw vegan chickpea salad is a simple no cook side dish or snack. A protein packed salad with a sweet turmeric dressing that keeps in the fridge for the whole week.
Looking for new and unique vegetarian side dishes to have with dinner? Here are 20 healthy vegetarian side dishes including roasted vegetables, cold vegetarian side dishes and a few rice pilaf options.
If you’re worried about your lunch salad being soggy all week, you need to try this recipe! The shaved raw Brussels Sprouts Meal Prep Salad is an easy make ahead salad for a healthy meal prep.
Roasted cauliflower with garlic is an easy and tasty low carb and vegan side dish to add to your favorite protein for dinner or meal prep. Roast cauliflower florets in a single layer on a sheet tray to get the best flavor and color!
Oven roasted brussel sprout with balsamic glaze is an easy fall vegetarian side dish. Perfect as a simple and cheap side dish for Thanksgiving or any dinner party.
Zucchini roasted in the oven and then topped with balsamic vinegar and hazelnuts is an easy dinner side for your favorite protein. When zucchini is baked in the oven, it becomes caramelized and never soggy pairing perfectly with tangy balsamic vinegar and crunchy hazelnuts.
Three minute corn on the cob is cooked in the microwave with the husk on. This is method allows you to effortlessly cook corn on the cob and easily remove the husk. Perfect summer side dish for one or two people families.
Better than takeout fried rice is the ultimate “use what’s in the fridge” dinner or side dish. Add in any extra chicken, pork or beef plus the odds and ends of vegetables like broccoli or carrots to bulk up the rice into a dinner. This comfort food dish is pretty easy to make with a few standard Asian staples from your pantry. You won’t want the bland and flavorless takeout fried rice after trying this recipe.
Roasted broccoli has a lot better texture and flavor than steamed or boiled broccoli. Roasting the broccoli on sheet trays gives a great caramelized flavor and crispy texture.