These oven-fried zucchini sticks are coated in a combination of panko crumbs and grated Parmesan cheese and baked in a hot oven until crispy and golden.
An easy side dish of tender, steamed asparagus drizzled with a combination of brown butter and balsamic vinegar.
Brushed with a combination of melted butter, olive oil, garlic and fresh thyme, these oven-roasted cabbage wedges make a great side dish to serve with chicken or pork.
This yummy side dish salad combines oven-roasted brussels sprouts with crispy garlic croutons and a richly flavored Caesar dressing made with miso paste instead of anchovy.
Topped with buttery toasted crumbs and baked until golden, this delicious gratin is made with roasted cauliflower and a creamy cheddar cheese sauce.
Flavorful and easy to make, this classic creamed spinach recipe is made with chopped spinach, cream cheese, sour cream and milk.
These zucchini-parmesan fritters are flavored with fresh basil and can be served as either an appetizer or side dish along with marinara sauce for dipping.
Served with a side of pasta and a green salad these tasty rounds of roasted eggplant layered with fresh basil pesto, tomatoes and mozzarella cheese make a great meatless meal.
This Mexican-inspired recipe for corn on the cob uses fresh, sweet corn that's been grilled in the husks and tops it with melted butter, fresh cilantro, crumbled Cotija and a squeeze of lime.
In-season sweet onions like Vidalias are positively delicious when stuffed and baked and make a great side dish alternative to potatoes or pasta.
A touch of half-and-half and some lightly caramelized shallots add creamy richness and extra flavor to this simple recipe for sauteed kale.
These buttery, oven-roasted acorn squash filled with a sweet winter fruit compote make a delicious side dish to serve with baked ham, roast pork or turkey.
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