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Roasted Cabbage With Parmesan, Walnuts and Anchovies

Roasting cabbage wedges at high heat makes them crisp at the edges and tender in the middle. Here, the lacy crevices between the leaves are stuffed with a piquant mix of anchovies, walnuts and Parmesan,...

Author: Melissa Clark

Loaded Sweet Potatoes With Black Beans and Cheddar

To make a halved sweet potato into a more substantial side, load it with black beans and sharp Cheddar, then send it back into the oven until the cheese melts and sizzles. Pair it with something a bit...

Author: Sarah Jampel

Crunchy Eggplant Parmesan

In most eggplant Parmesan recipes, crusty slices of fried eggplant go into a casserole with sauce and cheese -- where they quickly turn to sludge. This recipe holds on to the crunch by transforming each...

Author: Julia Moskin

Green Beans With Mustard Seeds, Cashews and Coconut

This fragrant, deeply flavored green bean dish works as an intense side dish for a simple meal or as a meatless main course in its own right. Take care when adding the mustard seeds to the skillet - they...

Author: Melissa Clark

Charred Cauliflower With Anchovies, Capers and Olives

This deeply versatile recipe is essentially a robust baked cauliflower salad. You can serve it room temperature as an antipasto, as part of a buffet or warm as a nearly vegetarian main course with rice...

Author: David Tanis

Kaddu (Sweet and Sour Butternut Squash)

This cozy vegetable main is an ode to earthy, maple-y fenugreek, a staple spice of Indian cooking that is a perfect match for the mild sweetness of butternut squash. Normally roasted, butternut squash...

Author: Priya Krishna

Sheet Pan Ratatouille With Goat Cheese and Olives

Cooking ratatouille on a sheet pan in the oven isn't just easier than cooking it in a pot on the stove, it's also better: richer and more deeply caramelized in flavor. To make it, the vegetables are slicked...

Author: Melissa Clark

Sweet and Spicy Grilled Vegetables With Burrata

A colorful platter of soft, grilled vegetables in a sweet and spicy sauce can be the centerpiece of a light summery meal; just add some creamy cheese for richness and crusty bread to round things out....

Author: Melissa Clark

Five Spice Butternut Squash in Cheesy Custard

Orange butternut squash, golden custard and fiery-red pepper and sesame topping reflect the colors of fall in this dish. It's perfect for a festive brunch, as it's filling enough to keep you going until...

Author: Yotam Ottolenghi

Collard Greens and Cornmeal Dumplings

Collard greens are a common dish in many African American households, and are especially important during New Year's celebrations. In folklore, the greens represent dollar bills, and the more you eat,...

Author: Kayla Stewart

Cauliflower Piccata

Piccata sauce - that buttery, briny combination of lemon, butter and capers, silky in texture and tart in flavor - is not just for chicken or swordfish. It's also a zesty anchor for roasted vegetables....

Author: Hetty McKinnon

Roasted Vegetables With Cashew Romesco

Crisp yet fork-tender roasted vegetables get a spirited lift from a lively romesco sauce made with just a few ingredients. Each plays an important role: Roasted red peppers form the base of the sauce,...

Author: Yewande Komolafe

Greek Bulgur With Brussels Sprouts

I love the way the bulgur swells and fluffs after you let this comforting, nourishing dish sit once it's cooked. In fact, I liked the leftovers even more than the freshly made dish. I also love the lemony...

Author: Martha Rose Shulman

Crunchy Eggplant Parmesan

In most eggplant Parmesan recipes, crusty slices of fried eggplant go into a casserole with sauce and cheese -- where they quickly turn to sludge. This recipe holds on to the crunch by transforming each...

Author: Julia Moskin