You’re always asking us how to run more veggies into your diet without having to eat endless heads of lettuce. We hear you. As delicious as some salads can be, eating them for lunch and dinner, day in and out, can get tiresome. That’s why we created this roundup of incredibly delicious veggie dishesthat serve as the perfect nutrient-packed side to your main meal. Want even more flavorful recipes that aren’t salads? No problem.
Here are 10 more flavorful recipes to pump veggies into your day: 1. Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Balsamic Mustard Glaze >~ ATAGEND
This may become your new favorite of our flavorful recipes and your go-to way to eat Brussels buds: The touch of sweetness in the balsamic and bite of the mustard make an amazing glaze for these earthy veggies. All you have to do is saute the buds in margarine until the edges become golden brown, then add the vinegar and mustard and toss. A pinch of black pepper finishes the delicious dish.
It’s as easy to make as the name implies: Bring broth, pumpkin puree, ginger, curry and other tasty flavourings to a simmer, simmer, stir in milk, simmer a little longer and done. You’ll enjoy the rich flavor of pumpkin in each creamy spoonful. Build a bunch and freeze the extra so you cozy up to a warm bowl when the weather gets cold. On the Nutrisystem program, this soup counts as one SmartCarb and one Extra.
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These little pleasures pack salty and sweet in each crispy bite. The fritters are made from grated zucchini, scallions and sesame seeds and crisped to a golden brown. The sauce combinings soy, honey, rice vinegar, sesame petroleum and chili garlic paste. And together the flavor is fantastic. Dip two fritters into a tablespoon of sauce for just 133 delicious calories.
This is a far cry from your standard slaw: Broccoli and jicama make up the veg, cranberry and honey add in sweetness, and lime and cilantro bring some tang to this nutritious side dish that’s pleasing to every palate! On Nutrisystem, one serve counts as one SmartCarb and one Vegetable.
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Whip out your spiralizer to transform beautiful cucumbers into “noodles” for this super fresh “pasta” salad. Add in colorful bell peppers and green onions, toss with a decadent homemade dres of sesame petroleum, rice vinegar, soy sauce and chili snowflakes, and top with sesame seeds. It’s simple to make and refreshing to feed. It’s packed with vitamins and perfect as a side or main meal. And it’s only 40 calories per serving.
Simmer together a can of diced tomatoes, vegetable broth, onion and garlic to create this classic veggie soup. To thicken it up, add a little almond milk. To enhance the flavor, toss in a bay foliage. And to make it fairly, top it with chopped basil. The attempt is minimal, and the savor is awesome.
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Carrots are good for your eyes, got a lot of filling fiber and make a great healthy stand-in for fast food fries. Just cut the carrots into fry-like strips, coat them in heart healthy olive oil, sprinkle them with some salt, pepper and savory rosemary, and cook until crispy. One cup counts as one Vegetable and two Extras on your Nutrisystem meal plan. If you love your fries with ketchup, feel free to dunk: One tablespoon counts as one Extra.
This is one of our flavorful recipes classics, and if you don’t have an Instant Pot, this recipe may convince you to get one. That’s because this amazing kitchen tool allows you to construct perfectly roasted, soft and delicious potatoes in only seven short minutes. Just toss in some colorful fingerlings or baby potatoes, olive oil and Italian spices, and let the pot work its magical. Serve these tasty spuds with your favorite chicken dish, or enjoy them as a snack. Each serving is only 99 calories.
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Instead of using fatty mayo to coat the shredded green and red cabbage, these powerhouse veggies are mixed in a dressing made from nonfat plain greek yogurt, lemon juice and sriracha or hot sauce. The kick is surprising, so is the cilantro, which adds another layer of flavor. Take this dish to your next potluck BBQ for a guaranteed invite back.
With its smooth texture and rich, sweet flavor of butternut squash, you’ll be sampling this soup before it induces it to your bowl. Carrots and onions add flavor and non-fat milk constructs it creamy, without added calories or fat. Doubled this healthy recipe–you’ll want leftovers. On Nutrisystem, one serve counts as one SmartCarb, half of a Vegetable and one Extra.
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