VegetableRecipes.com is a brand new website dedicated to everything vegetables! Why? Because vegetables don’t have to be boring!
If you’ve been cooking with me for any length of time at all, you’ve likely caught on to just how much I enjoy food. I created Barefeet in the Kitchen 11 years ago to share our favorite recipes with family and friends. Along the way, I quickly discovered that sharing recipes online is a whole lot of fun.
This leads me to today’s news. I love sharing recipes with you so much that I started a brand new website dedicated to everything vegetables – VegetableRecipes.com. Why start a brand new site that’s all about vegetables? Because vegetables don’t have to be boring and I’ve grown to truly love them.
Never fear, I’ll still be here sharing the recipes we love, but I’m also there sharing a new recipe every single weekday!
On VegetableRecipes.com, you’ll find recipes for meat lovers, as well as an abundance of vegetarian options. Every recipe on the new site features at least one vegetable, though some recipes feature many more.
Pan Roasted Broccoli with Parmesan is a classic cheese and broccoli combination that is elevated with a sweet note from a sprinkling of brown sugar.
This veggie spaghetti is delicious when made both with or without any meat. My own preference is fully loaded with vegetables without any meat needed.
I’m certain it won’t surprise you to hear that my guys enjoy this pasta best with a pound of hot sausage or ground beef added to the mix. If you prefer the vegetarian option, it’s delicious without a bit of meat added to it.
Asian Green Beans are seasoned with soy sauce, garlic, and ginger before being roasted until crispy, these green beans are so tasty, that you’ll be eating them straight from the pan.
Crispy Cajun Cauliflower brings a kiss of heat to this tasty, slightly crunch side dish. This cauliflower has made a cauliflower lover out of a couple of my kids already.
You’ll also find great tips for roasting, steaming, air-frying, sauteeing, boiling, and grilling all kinds of vegetables!
If you often find yourself with random vegetables in the produce drawers, wondering just what to do with them, VegetableRecipes.com is the website you need to bookmark for inspiration.
I hope that you love these recipes every bit as much as we do!