It's true that not many things in life are free, but eating a diet full of delicious vegetables does give you access to free vegetable stock. Oh and I forget to mention, it will be hands down the most incredible vegetable stock you've ever tasted in your life. Why? Because not only it is made from your favorite vegetables, it's served with the good feeling of knowing you did something to combat food waste today.
The purpose of this post is to free you from the belief that you need some expensive course or pre-packaged meal kit to learn how to cook! I'll get right to it - for delicious roasted vegetables, all you need is some fresh vegetables, an oven and a little oil and salt. And 30 minutes. That's it. You heard it here first - there is no one right, perfect way to roast vegetables. Because every vegetable is different. Everyone has different taste buds and people prefer different textures. Which is why cooking is awesome - it's not about getting it right. It's all about what works for you and the ingredients you have. What's important is that with this template you start with some fresh root vegetables from the grocery store and 30 minutes later you have an undeniably healthy dinner or side dish!
Vegetable soup doesn't get enough credit. Too often it's only used as a get-well remedy instead of a dinner spotlight. This $2 and 40 Minute Soup recipe is here to change all that. Time to throw out those over-salted, super-liquidly, probably expired cans in your pantry and trade up to a vegetable soup you'll crave for a main course every day of the week.
Want to add another breakfast/brunch plate to your repertoire, but don't want to have to learn any new cooking skills or buy any new tools?? I have got the recipe for you. $4.5 and 30 Minute Sweet Potato Hash. All you need is standard kitchen tools and all natural ingredients to create this colorful, delicious and healthy dish that will keep you full up while keeping your costs down.
Stirfry = The perfect busy week, meal prep dinner solution. All you need is one pot, some vegetables, and 45 minutes. Next stop, a delicious, vibrant and healthy dish that will brighten up your plate and your day!
I'm all for some great restaurant crispy Brussels sprouts but for $8-10 dollars an appetizer plate, it's just not financially sustainable. There's got to be a way to get these delicious vegetables on the plate every night without breaking the bank. Good thing you can pick some up at the grocery store for $2 and in 30 minutes you can recreate that restaurant experience in your own kitchen!
What's orange, red, green and baked in a muffin tin? Sweet potato haystacks of course!
Love potato salad, but trying to eat less white potatoes?? Cauliflower Faux-Potato Salad to the rescue!
Tender. Crispy. Delicious. Homemade. Asparagus? Yes, asparagus. Time to move that meat to the side of the plate and explore some new flavors! Especially since you're rarely paying more than $2.50 for a pound!