How to Cook 10 Different Vegetables for the Best Flavor
Roast at high heat with a drop of olive oil and a drizzle of soy sauce.
Brussels sprouts are one of the 10 best vegetables you can eat.
Cook in a skillet on top of the stove with 1 tablespoon oil, ¼ cup water, and 1 tablespoon sugar. Cook small carrots whole and cut larger ones into chunks or rounds. Also delicious roasted.
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Oven-roast, pan fry, or steam with a sprinkle of salt and a drizzle of olive oil. If steaming, check after 5 minutes to make sure they’re fork-tender, then remove them from the heat immediately.
Find out why broccoli is considered a super food for men and try the Broccoli-Potato Puree recipe.
Hardy Greens (chard, kale, collards, mustard greens)
Sauté on top of the stove only in olive oil, sesame oil, or butter. If the leaves are tough and fibrous, remove the stem, roll the leaves up like a cigar and sliver them for quick cooking.
Collard greens are considered a super food for women.
Tender Greens (spinach, escarole, watercress)
Steam quickly or sauté on top of the stove and drizzle with oil.
Try this Watercress Asparagus Soup.
After salting and rinsing, slice into rounds or cubes, roast in the oven, or sauté on top of the stove.
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Steam, roast, or pan fry with a drizzle of olive or sesame oil.
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Summer Squash (zucchini or yellow squash)
Roast on the grill or in an oven; let cool, peel, and drizzle with olive oil and salt.
For a creative twist, blend beet into hummus as seen in this slideshow of 7 Unique Hummus Recipes.