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.
Just because you don’t have a sweet tooth doesn’t mean you can’t have your cake and eat it too. One fluffy forkful of this savory spinach cake and you’ll be like, “Red velvet who?” Laced with juicy raisins, crunchy walnuts, and briny feta, this unique dish will leave you wanting more. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Sweet potato and tatsoi soup is one of the best recipes to warm up with on a chilly night. Made with plenty of leafy greens and root veggies, curry paste, chili, and chickpeas, it’s easy to make, but the flavor is complex. It takes just a little over an hour to come together and you’ll crave it over and over again.
If you haven’t made ratatouille before, give our recipe a try this week. A hearty and rustic combination of vegetables comes together to create a meal that is the epitome of comfort. With a burst of fresh herbs, it’s a simple and straightforward dish that’s nutritious and flavorful, and easy to make. Get the recipe.
Grilled elote antojitos are Mexican street corn magic. The charred corn is slathered in a mixture of mayonnaise, cotija cheese, butter, and spices, and served with plenty of lime juice, hot sauce, and cilantro. Once you’ve tried this recipe, you won’t want to eat corn any other way again. Read more now.
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.
You will love these sauteed Italian-style green beans with tomatoes and garlic. The healthy recipe can be made with fresh or frozen vegetables, making it a delicious side dish to pair with any entree you plan to serve. This recipe proves that simple dishes usually taste the best. Get the recipe now.
When you’re faced with a bounty of corn, skip the standard creamed route and head down the golden fritter road instead. In this recipe, sweet and juicy corn kernels are folded into a cayenne pepper-spiked batter, deep fried, and dusted with powdered sugar. Keep reading to add this side dish to your summer lineup.
Forget soy sauce and day-old rice. This grain-free cauliflower fried “rice” is a low carb, healthier way to get dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes. Plus, with flavorful garam masala and turmeric, each bite will warm you from the inside out. Read more to add this recipe to your collection of dinner favorites.
If you love using jarred or canned artichokes for various recipes, give yourself a new culinary challenge and learn how to prep it fresh. Foodal’s step-by-step tutorial will show you exactly what you need to do to prepare fresh, whole artichokes. We promise it’s not as scary as it may seem. Read more now.
Zucchini mushroom pepper “boats” with mozzarella are a simple and satisfying way to make the most of your fresh summer produce. The tender vegetables are combined in a unique way, then topped with cheese and baked until everything’s all melted and gooey. It’s an easy vegetarian dinner that will win over picky eaters.
These gorgeously golden-brown rounds are an addictive, satisfying appetizer that can’t be beat. Zucchini slices are dunked into an airy batter, dredged in crispy panko breadcrumbs, lightly fried, and served with a fresh, creamy lime sauce. Get the recipe now and add these enticing bites to your next meal.