15 Fabulous Ways to Eat Fall Vegetables

15 Fabulous Ways to Eat Fall Vegetables

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Sarah Rae Smith
Nov 2, 2012
If you would have told my 6-year-old self that I would someday like vegetables as much, if not more, than my chocolate Easter bunny, she would have laughed at you and then given you a list of reasons why that couldn't possibly be true. Well guess what know-it-all 6-year-old me — you do. Here are 15 recipes from around the web that I'm dying to cook up right this minute! I've run across so many recipes lately for fall vegetables I just couldn't possibly keep them to myself. Here are a few of my favorites that have already gone into my "to make soon" pile. See one that catches your eye? FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHTRoasted Fall Vegetable and Ricotta Pizza from Martha Stewart • Tangy Apple and Beet Salad from CHOW • Root Vegetable Soup with Meatballs from MyRecipes • Mustard-Crusted Tofu with Kale and Sweet Potato from Bon Appetit • Phyllo Purses with Roasted Squash, Peppers, and Artichokes from MyRecipes SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHTFall Pasta Primavera from MyRecipes • Potato Parsnip Gratin from CHOW • Shaved Fall Vegetable Salad with Cider Vinaigrette from MyRecipes • Butternut Squash and Shrimp Pasta Bake from The Family Kitchen • Quesadillas with Sausage and Roasted Vegetables from Martha Stewart THIRD ROW LEFT TO RIGHTRoasted Root Vegetable "Candy" from Pioneer Woman • Pumpkin Curry from CHOW • Potato Parsnip Soup: Sweet and Smoky from The Family Kitchen • Crusted Butternut Squash from Sprouted Kitchen • Parsnip and Apple Soup from Pease Pudding Related: Make the Most of Any Fall Vegetable: 5 Essential Staples (Image: See full image credits at links above)
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