Leafy Green Vegetables Recipes Directory
Eat your greens! You know you should, but if lettuce, spinach, collard greens, and other leafy greens sound boring, we have lots of recipe ideas to make your greens more interesting.
Why Is Seaweed Good For You?
Not just for sushi, seaweed can add minerals to a number of dishes.
Why Is Spinach Good For You?
Popeye chugged these vitamin-rich leafy greens straight from the can.
Why Is Kale Good For You?
All hail kale! This leafy green is the latest star of the produce department.
Add Some Kelp To Your Plate
Toss some kelp into your grocery cart. This brown seaweed isn't just for fish.
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Hot and Sour Slaw
This slaw is full of the classic flavors of Chinese hot-and-sour soup.
Mixed Lettuce Salad with Cucumber Herb Vinaigrette
Delicate oak leaf and baby romaine pair wonderfully with peppery radishes and chopped hard-boiled eggs.
Mix any kind of greens -- mustard, collard, or turnip -- with molasses and liquid smoke flavoring for a down-home side dish.
Quick Spinach Italiano
Sauté frozen spinach leaves in olive oil for a quick and healthy vegetable to complement any meal.
Rosemary Lentils & Greens on Toasted Bread
This rosemary-infused lentil and greens recipe is a perfect topping for toasted bread.
Asian Style Grilled Tofu with Greens
Look for Asian greens (tatsoi, mizuna, and/or pea shoots). They'll stand up well to this aromatic, vinegary dressing.
Kids' Recipe: Lettuce Boats
Make lettuce and vegetables fun! Turn salad for kids into lettuce boats with this tasty and fun easy salad recipe.
Spinach and Tomato Pasta
Spinach and tomato pasta is an easy dish to whip up in a minimal amount of time -- and with minimal ingredients.