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New Year's Resolution: Eat More Veggies (Photos)

First Posted: 12/23/2011 5:01 pm   Updated: 08/31/2012 10:48 am


One of the easiest ways to fulfill your New Year's resolution of healthy eating is to add more veggies to your daily diet. And really, that is not such a difficult task. Vegetables are a delightful part of every meal -- even if we moaned and groaned about them when we were children. They are extremely diverse in their natural flavors, ranging from incredibly sweet to invitingly earthy.

Vegetables can be prepared in a multitude of ways. You can roast them, braise them or saute them -- the possibilities are endless. And there are so many veggie dishes to choose from, you will never tire of incorporating them into your meals. We have put together a handful of recipes to assist you in your goal. From a rich and naturally creamy cauliflower puree to Indian-spiced spinach sauteed in yogurt, you will find keeping to this New Year's resolution a breeze.

Pan-Roasted Cauliflower With Pine Nuts And Raisins
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Roasted cauliflower florets are mixed with rich pine nuts and naturally-sweet raisins to complete this warm-winter side dish. A trick to maximizing the flavors of the cauliflower is to caramelize it in Mediterranean seasonings before baking.

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