1237 recipes for "vegetable"
Root Vegetable Salad with Dill and Yogurt Dressing

Roasted Root Vegetable Salad with Dill and Yogurt Dressing

Sep 6, 2016 Salad

Made with hearty root vegetables, this warm fall salad gets a dose of freshness from a cool yogurt dressing and a sprinkling of dill. If you're not a fan of the sharp licorice taste of raw fennel, you'll be pleasantly surprised by roasted fennel's more mellow flavour. Sprinkle with additional fresh dill, if desired.

Nunavut Arctic Char with Blueberry Balsamic Sauce & Rosemary Vegetables

Nunavut Arctic Char with Blueberry Balsamic Sauce & Rosemary Vegetables

May 13, 2009

This entree combines local food Arctic Char & blueberries with hearty vegetables that can withstand a plane trip to the north. This is best made with freshly caught fish and blueberries picked from the tundra, but can be made with frozen fish and blueberries, for a taste of fleeting Arctic summer anytime of the year.

Vegetable Pho

Vegetable Pho

This is a meatless version of the popular Vietnamese pho, a hearty beef-based noodle dish. To add meat, substitute paper-thin slices of top sirloin for the tofu. Serve with an assortment of fresh garnishes such as cilantro, sliced green onions, sliced chilies, bean sprouts and lime wedges.

Vegetable Lasagne

Vegetable Lasagne

Dec 4, 2008

Two family members have severe dairy allergies, therefore no cheese. We all love lasagne, so I had to come up with an alternative to the traditional cheese filled dish and still have it appealing visually as well as taste. Omit the meat and it is a tasty vegetarian dish. Mozzarella cheese can be added on one end for those lucky ones who can eat it.

Vegetable Antipasto

Vegetable Antipasto

Jul 14, 2005

Antipasto is a challenge because it usually contains low-acid foods such as fish and olives and cannot be safely canned at home without a pressure canner. Our safe method, without the fish and olives and using the boiling water canner, was developed by Bernardin Ltd. You can add tuna or salmon or olives just before serving.

Crispy Salmon on Braised Vegetables and Spinach Mash

Crispy Salmon on Braised Vegetables and Spinach Mash

Aug 5, 2013

There is nothing quite like salmon skin cooked to crispy perfection. I regularly make this for dinner parties and have converted many a fish-skin hater. The secret to the crispness is cooking the fish 90 percent of the way through on the skin side (in a nonstick pan!); the key to maintaining it is serving the fish skin side up so that the moisture from the fish and vegetables doesn't turn it soggy. Don't try to turn the salmon too early; if it's sticking to the pan, it's not ready to turn. – Annabelle Waugh, Food director

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