Buy the widest carrots you can find for this dish, because they will be easiest to slice. If your co-op sells a spiralized carrot “noodle,” or even spiralized squash, you can use it for this recipe; reduce the roasting time if you’re using summer squash “noodles.” Serve on top of or alongside cooked salmon fillets for a main dish, or place leftover cold soba noodles in a bowl, add the carrot “noodles” and drizzle with Thai peanut sauce.
When the big game comes on, you’ll be ready with these flavor-packed mini-sandwiches. Just cook some chicken, and jazz up some purchased hummus with avocado, capers and olives for a slider that keeps the party going.
Italian sausage infuses this simple soup with flavor, and you can choose hot or sweet sausage, depending on your taste for heat. It all comes together in under 30 minutes, and is even better after a day or two in the refrigerator.
Cornbread flecked with diced jalapeno peppers makes a tasty accompaniment to this hearty chili.
This recipe is deceptively simple and delicious. Make sure to let the cookies cool and set before removing from the baking sheet to help them keep their shape.
This is a creative interpretation of hummus with rich flavor and a vibrant color.
Banh mi is a Vietnamese sandwich that melds French bread with the fresh, herbal flavors of Vietnam. This combination of savory turkey with tangy, fresh quick-pickled cranberries and carrot and a smear of creamy mayo makes for an exciting way to use up leftover turkey.
Bathed in maple syrup and butter, sweet carrots become a special treat. If you find bunched carrots with tops, pick the bunch with the thinnest carrots and leave a bit of the stem attached for a pretty presentation.
How could you improve upon pumpkin pie? By making it into adorable single-serving hand pies of course! These delicious treats feature a buttery, flaky crust topped with crunchy cinnamon sugar. For a festive presentation, serve with a dollop of whipped cream on each one. They’re great at room temperature, and keep, tightly covered, in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.