25 Vegetables from A to Z

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25 Vegetables from A to Z

25 Vegetables from A to Z

Vegetables can be eaten fresh, steamed, baked, broiled, and even fried. They are grown in all corners of the globe and come in many different varieties. No matter which type of vegetable you like to eat, you should make sure to eat at least 3-5 vegetables a day. They are rich in many vitamins and nutrients and help to keep your digestion system working properly and are heart healthy. Here are some vegetable recipes that may become your family favorites.

  1. Zucchini, Summer Squash, and Tomato Bake– To Simply Inspire
  2. Asian Zucchini Slaw– Lavende and Lemonade
  3. CSA Veggie Spaghetti Sauce– Farm Fresh Feasts
  4. Acorn Squash and Wild Rice Casserole– Carolyn’s Network
  5. Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese– The Rebel Chick
  6. Zucchini, Green Bean, and Chile Slaw– Sidewalk Shoes
  7. Summer Vegetable Medley Saute– It Happens in a Blink
  8. Eggplant Feta Casserole– Farm, Fresh, Feasts
  9. Asian Inspired Kohlrabi Pickles Farm, Fresh. Feasts
  10. One Pan Veggie Burrito Bowl– Tastes Better from Scratch
  11. Spicy Asian Zucchini– To Simply Inspire
  12. Rainbow Pepper Salsa- Two Healthy Kitchens
  13. Pasta Con Broccoli-DIY Candy
  14. Zucchini Pizza Boats– Ann’s Entitled Life
  15. Stuffed Zucchini– Kalyns Kitchen
  16. Fresh and Easy Bruschetta-Organized 31
  17. Creamy Cucumber Salad– Ann’s Entitled Life
  18. Vanilla Zucchini Muffins– Amands Cookin
  19. Dawns Tomato Sauce Recipe-Tales of a Ranting Ginger
  20. Recipe Redux 17 Garlic Hummus-Strength andK Sunshine
  21. Spicy Schecuan Style Green –Kalyns Kitchen
  22. Summer Kale Salad– Strength and Sunshine
  23. Crisp Marinated Cucumbers– My Turn for Us
  24. One Pan Veggie Pie– Tastes Better from Scratch
  25. Pea Salad Side Dish-Sweep Tight

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