Exotic spices like cumin, fennel, and garam masala bring cabbage to life in this easy side dish. Lemon juice and cayenne pepper add an extra zing.
Crunchy and colorful cabbage coleslaw gets hints of warmth from crushed caraway seeds.
A Passover meal that is hearty with the last remaining winter vegetables but has a few hints of the arriving spring.
Make a big batch of this sauce at the beginning of the week to use on vegetables, rice, or meat.
Making homemade falafel from scratch is easier than you think. The key is start with freshly soaked chickpeas.
A hearty salad that is rich in flavor and color with the nutty taste and deep hues of forbidden rice.
Irish soda bread is a traditional treat for St. Patrick's Day. This sweeter version, called 'Spotted Dog' and made with dried fruit, is not considered traditional by Irish soda bread purists but it is still delicious.
Hearty and comforting cookies for the last lingering days of snow and cold.
Vichyssoise is usually served cold, but it can easily be transformed into warm, flavorful potato soup for cold days. Use your trusty immersion blender to blend this vegetarian soup to your desired consistency.
Rösti is a perfectly browned, buttery potato pancake of epic proportions made with sweet, waxy Yukon Golds.
Popovers make a savory sidekick for soup. You can also serve them with butter and jam for breakfast or make mini melted sandwiches out of them for lunch.
Roasted garlic blended with onions, potatoes, and a splash of cream makes a rich soup with a sweet, nutty flavor. Extra potatoes and frozen stock get put to good use in this vegetarian recipe.
Serve this sweet and spicy vegetarian stew over basmati or brown rice and top with yogurt and lots of fresh cilantro for a comforting, hearty meal.
The perfect cornbread – moist with a fine, consistent crumb, crispy edges, just the right amount of smoky sweetness and a hint of sage.
Pecan pie gets even more decadent by swapping corn syrup for maple syrup, toasting the pecans ahead of time, and adding chocolate. Serve a slice with a little homemade whipped cream and guests will be eating out of your hand.
This delicious tart can either be served as an appetizer or with a hearty salad as an entree for four.
A fantastic vegetarian feast of roasted vegetables with an herb-flavored aioli.
A refreshing acidic drink that can be mixed with water, seltzer or your favorite beverage. Delight your Thanksgiving guests with a drink that is full of flavor and zing.
Butternut squash adds a delicious seasonal flavor to waffles. Serve them for a weekend breakfast as a special treat.