This is a creamy, spicy, rich-tasting, very morish eggplant sauce. It’s great on rice, noodles (try it on Shirataki noodles for a practically calorie-free meal), or just in a bowl with a spoon, maybe with a sprinkle of parmesan on it, it’s that good on its own.
A really tasty way to enjoy cauliflower, and it’s not that much work. If you’re not in the habit of keeping all the spices required, you can just use a mild curry powder instead in roughly the same quantities.
This is a savoury cheese and tomato bread pudding. The custardy texture of the bread, with the melted cheese, and tomatoes and basil, makes this a very morish, comfort-food dish that people are sure to reach for seconds of, yet it costs very little to make
A slow cooker recipe for very delicious, tasty, deep-brown baked beans with a thick hearty sauce. The recipe really only requires about 20 minutes of attention from you at various intervals.
Excellent to serve with barbeque.
A recipe from the American south.
And you thought boiled, sliced carrots were another word for boring? Not these ones: very good, very sweet, even the older ones that have been stored a few months.
A classic North American 1950s dish to make and take to feed a crowd at gatherings. It was dubbed Funeral Beans because it was a stand-by crowd-pleaser for gatherings after funerals.
A very tasty and interesting vegetable side dish.
For many people, a creamed spinach dish is often pivotal in getting them to give spinach another chance, after a childhood of being served boiled spinach out of a can.
This is a side-dish that you can make entirely in the microwave, making it ideal for times when your stove is already full-out committed — or just for times when you don’t want any pots or pans wash-up.
A sophisticated but really easy vegetable side dish. If you end up liking it, you’ll have it easily committed to memory in no time flat.
This one recipe makes both the main course and the side salad! Nice chewy French or Italian bread works well for this. Toast bread wouldn’t cut it.
Lovely with gravy on them.
This is a nice side dish with lamb or beef.
You make this recipe on a barbeque.
This is a Greek recipe. They will use the large lima beans called gigantes.
A rich, luscious but easy way to serve leeks.
This is a fantastic tasting vegetable side dish. You could also serve it as a starter on its own.
As stuffed, roasted peppers go, this is one of the easier recipes, and the ricotta cheese stuffing makes for a nice change from the usual stuffing of rice. Plus this is a rare, healthy stuffed pepper recipe: it’s low-fat, low-sodium, low-carb — but BIG on
The parsnips in this recipe taste rich and sweet enough to convert parsnip haters.
You’re on your own for proportions. Basically, cook up as many frozen carrots as you figure you want to serve per person.
A classic way to serve sprouts.
This Butterscotch Bean recipe is an usually tasty recipe for Lima Beans, rather than being for the variety of bean called Butterscotch Bean. It’s very good, as you can imagine just by looking at the ingredients, but it’s very rich.