This dish may be made with pantry and freezer items, even when you are low on fresh produce. The millet seeds offer a nutty flavor which complements the spinach and lemon in this wonderful side dish.
These grits go well with black-eyed peas, greens and squash, making them the perfect choice for a Southern (American) dinner.
This is a quick and easy side dish that features parsnips. Sweet, tart, and roasted to perfection!
I've listed this dish as a side dish, however it is so high in complete protein, that it may be used as a main dish and served with raw vegetables and fruit. It is so delicious!
A touch of ginger and brown sugar takes this recipe over the top. This low calorie dish goes especially well with my vegetarian Lentil Loaf recipe!
Instead of rice, try this nutritious wheaty side dish. It goes beautifully with many bean dishes, and is easy to make.
If you are tired of the same old vegetables, here is a combo that will perk up your dinner enjoyment, and is rich in protein, vitamins and minerals. If you do not have savory in your spice collection, try using mint or rosemary instead.
Turnips pair so well with kohlrabi. I used green kohlrabi in this dish, but the purple variety works well too.
Slightly tart, tomatillos pair nicely with potatoes, especially potatoes flavored with herbs and garlic. Delicious!
Creole dishes have the "holy trinity" of peppers, onions, and celery. This creole dish is delightful as a side dish or main dish when served with a high-protein salad.