Sauteed Swiss Chard with Caramelized Onions, Almonds, and Raisins

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Level up standard sauteed greens with this flavorful medley that comes together in no time. In this recipe, aromatic caramelized onions and plump raisins are folded into leafy Swiss chard. Toasted almond slices bring texture and nuttiness. Read on to add this easy side to your list of sweet and savory veg combos.

Garlic Asparagus Amandine

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In this simple side dish, fresh asparagus is blanched until tender, then sauteed in melted butter and garlic. Toasted almonds on top add nuttiness and an unexpected crunch that brings these green spears to life. Read more to add this recipe to your collection of vibrant veggies that can be whipped up in no time at all.

How to Cook Broccoli, Three Different Ways

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Knowing how to cook broccoli three different ways is something everyone should be familiar with. The beloved side dish can be served as is whether roasted or steamed. It can also be blanched and incorporated into other recipes without becoming too mushy. The serving options are endless! Read more now on Foodal.

Zucchini Ribbons in Vegan Pesto Alfredo Sauce

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Looking for a lighter, more refreshing spin on traditional fettuccine alfredo? You’ll love this vegan-friendly take where delicate strands of zucchini are quickly cooked and doused in a creamy, cashew-based sauce featuring fragrant basil, raw garlic, and zesty lemon juice. Read on to find the full recipe.

Homemade Lacto–Fermented Salsa

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Packed with peppers and healthy probiotics, this tangy dip is a slam dunk. One bite of this lacto-fermented salsa that’s swimming with sweet cubanelle peppers, citrusy cilantro, and jalapenos, and you’ll never go back to the store bought variety. Keep reading to add this recipe to your condiment collection.

How to Cook Collard Greens in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Learn how to cook collard greens in the electric pressure cooker for a classic Southern side in under 30 minutes. Complete with smoky bacon and onion, this dish is ready to serve straight out of the pot with whatever entree you want to serve alongside it. Get the full how-to guide for this simple cooking method now.

How to Cook Corn on the Cob in an Electric Pressure Cooker

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Make an easy vegetable side dish when you learn how to cook corn on the cob in an electric pressure cooker. It is so simple and you will never want to boil corn on the stove again. The vegetable turns out perfectly every time you cook it, making it tender and totally foolproof. Get the easy how-to guide now on Foodal.

Flavorful Sauteed Mushrooms Are a Steak Night Staple

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The rich and deep flavor of golden brown sauteed mushrooms with soy sauce, garlic, and thyme makes a wonderful addition to so many meals. Serve them on top of steak or alongside roast chicken. Add them to soups, stews, or pasta dishes. Use them to add an umami-rich accompaniment to whatever you’re serving. Read more.

How to Cook Asparagus in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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For a fresh tasting side dish, learn how to cook asparagus in the electric pressure cooker. It’s the easiest way to cook the vegetable, pairing with everything from salmon to chicken to meat and more. What’s better than quick, reliable, and hands-off cooking, after all? Get the full how-to over on Foodal now.

How to Cook Carrots in an Electric Pressure Cooker

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For a quick and easy side dish, everyone should know how to cook carrots in an electric pressure cooker. It doesn’t matter if you love regular or baby versions of the vegetable, this guide provides everything you need to know to cook them perfectly in just a few minutes, seasoned however you like. Read more.

Roasted Broccolini with Chili, Lemon, and Dill

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Thanks to a citrusy blend of lemon, dill, and spicy red pepper flakes, this quick-roasted broccolini is as shockingly delicious as it is simple. Fruity extra-virgin olive oil crisps the earthy stems and fluffy florets, while salty pecorino balances out the veggie’s bitterness. Get the recipe for this quick side now.