gray Posted January 18, 2013 Share Posted January 18, 2013 Hey all, After lots of sauteed spinach, broiled asparagus, and salad, I'm looking for some new ways to up my daily intake of veggies. It's my second Whole30 and I've discovered a few awesome recipes on my way (listed below), but I'd love to hear yours. I'm game for anything and my only true veggie nemesis is eggplant. 1- Mashed cauliflower. All the time. I've done it lots of ways - with garlic and chives, fancy-schmancy truffle salt, and as of tonight, salt and vinegar (surprisingly awesome if you're into that sort of thing). 2- Zucchini noodles (aka zoodles). Delicious tossed in a simple homemade pesto. 3- Roasted root veggies. Broad, yes, but you gotta love a baking sheet full of sweet potatoes, parsnips, butternut, et. al. I do eat a lot of these starchier carb-type vegetables, hence the need to expand my horizons. I realize this is a broad question and I know there are already tons of recipes listed on the site, but I'm interested in hearing about your absolute favorite go-to's so I can add a few to my repertoire. (And PS, if anyone has any especially awesome, non-chip recipes for kale/cabbage/other hearty greens, go for it, because I still haven't been able to board that bandwagon all the way.) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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