Stuffed mushrooms are a great vegetarian dish that work well on the grill or under a broiler. Quick to cook, quick together, filling, and delicious: this is a recipe that’s well worth learning.
Grilling kale to crispness produces a crunchy snack that crumbles in your mouth. You can make kale chips like these in the oven, but grilling adds a smokiness that deepens the flavor to perfection.
There’s only one dish that says “Fiesta time!” more than hummus, and that’s salsa. This dish combines elements of the two for a brilliantly fun party side.
Coconut milk is cooked in the same pan as the fish to create a lightly rich sauce that brings fish, rice, and relish together in a coherent dish.
Chickpeas and avocado are an incredibly filling combination. This spread can be used in lieu of mayo, or it can serve as its own sandwich filling.
Perfectly steamed broccoli creates a veritable honeycomb of little pockets for sauce to cling to. When you bite into each floret, the flavor will burst in your mouth. With a sauce this delicious, that’s a thin g of beauty.
This is the ultimate taste of summer. Fresh blueberries paired with cucumber and mint from the garden and accented with local feta make a knock-out side to add to any cookout.
Any summer salad can be filled out with rice to turn a side dish into a more complete meal. Serve rice cold or freshly cooked to suit your preferences.