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10 Ways to Make Vegetables Taste Good Even if you’re committed to trying more veggies (and I’m proud of you for that), it still might not solve the problem that you dislike the taste or texture. This is the problem we encounter with many of our Online Coaching Clients: they are committed to eating vegetables, but they’re struggling with. To the rescue: these 10 fast ideas for veggies that won’t keep you in the kitchen, and won’t bore your taste buds to tears.

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50 Recipes That Make Frozen Vegetables Taste Great Lisa Kaminski Updated: Feb. 20, 2020 It’s easy to get your veggie fix in the summer when farmers markets and gardens are booming. Braise: Heat 2 teaspoons walnut oil (or canola oil) in a large skillet over medium heat.

Add spinach or chard and toss until wilted. Add 1/2 cup dry white wine or dry vermouth. Cover, reduce heat and cook until wilted, about 5 minutes.

40 Sneaky Ways to Eat More Vegetables Taste of Home Editors Updated: Apr. 25, 2019 Trick your kids (and yourself!) into eating more veggies by incorporating them into your favorite meals. One winning strategy is to add fruits and veggies to dishes your family already likes. Slip finely chopped veggies into kid-pleasers like spaghetti sauce, tuna salad, and chicken soup.

Shred carrot. Curries or Mexican foods. a great way to sneak in veggies and have them taste like the seasoning. Add to curries, tacos, or even pizza toppings -or even shoot for a cauliflower or zucchini pizza crust. Could puree them into the curry or enchilada sauce, for example to really hide them. Casseroles.

Of course, in theory, you could eat “too many vegetables” but for most people, that would mean eating several pounds a day. (And lots of bathroom unpleasantness). Most people, of course, have the opposite problem: barely eating any vegetables at all. Despite the benefits of vegetables: Veggie-phobia is.

How To Make Vegetables TASTE GOOD! 11 Cooking Tips! Today I share 11 personal veggie cooking tips that have changed me from feeling “blah” about eating veggies into a vegetable lover!

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Otherwise enjoy them raw in salads (microgreens, arugula, or kale massaged with olive oil) or cooked into soups (shred them and stir them in right before serving), incorporated into stir frys, or on their own (sautéed in oil with garlic and ginger or with leeks and shallots).

“Vegan Pregnancy Survival Guide” by Sayward Rebhal
from Vegan Pregnancy Survival Guide
by Sayward Rebhal
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Many vegetables taste great with butter, lemon, salt, and pepper, and broccoli is certainly one of them.

“The Complete Tassajara Cookbook: Recipes, Techniques, and Reflections from the Famed Zen Kitchen” by Edward Espe Brown
from The Complete Tassajara Cookbook: Recipes, Techniques, and Reflections from the Famed Zen Kitchen
by Edward Espe Brown
Shambhala, 2011

— Taste your vegetables after you’ve cooked them, and add sea salt and/or fresh ground pepper to taste.

“Loving Yourself to Great Health” by Louise Hay, Ahlea Khadro, Heather Dane
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by Louise Hay, Ahlea Khadro, Heather Dane
Hay House, 2014

Stir with a wooden implement until the vegetables are cooked (onion will change from opaque to clear and peppers will lose some of their stiffness – as most of the vegetables you are using can be eaten raw, how long you cook them for is a matter of personal preference).

“Sensory Stories for Children and Teens with Special Educational Needs: A Practical Guide” by Joanna Grace
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by Joanna Grace
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014

When cooking vegetables, such as onions, celery, mushrooms, and bell peppers, first heat your frying pan or soup pot on medium-high heat with 1 or 2 tablespoons of water in the bottom.

“Straight Up Food: Delicious and Easy Plant-based Cooking without Salt, Oil or Sugar” by Cathy Fisher
from Straight Up Food: Delicious and Easy Plant-based Cooking without Salt, Oil or Sugar
by Cathy Fisher
Green Bite Publishing, 2016

Then sauté the potato and broccoli in a pan with a little butter or olive oil, add garlic or minced onion, salt and pepper, or whatever spices you like, and let them cool down while you prepare a big salad with lettuce (one type or several), spinach, cucumber, tomatoes, red cabbage—whatever ingredients you like.

“Fit for Life: Not Fat for Life” by Harvey Diamond
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by Harvey Diamond
Health Communications Incorporated, 2010

Toss vegetables in this mixture; add salt and pepper to taste.

“Cruising Chef Cookbook” by Michael Greenwald, Marcy Raphael
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by Michael Greenwald, Marcy Raphael
Paradise Cay Publications, 2000

SEASON WITH VINEGAR, SALT, AND PEPPER: Finally, sprinkle greens with small amounts of vinegar, salt, and pepper to taste while tossing gently until salad tastes just right.

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from The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

The vegetables should be cut into short strips or thickish slices and should be stir-fried in a staggered manner, that is, by first adding the vegetable which is deemed to take the longest to cook and then adding each vegetable in ascending order of tenderness and texture, finishing with the most tender.

“Practical Professional Cookery” by H. L. Cracknell, R. J. Kaufmann
from Practical Professional Cookery
by H. L. Cracknell, R. J. Kaufmann
Cengage Learning, 1999

SEASON WITH VINEGAR, SALT, AND PEPPER: Finally, sprinkle greens with small amounts of vinegar, salt, and pepper to taste and toss gently to coat until salad tastes just right.

“The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook: A Fresh Guide to Eating Well With 700 Foolproof Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
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by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2015

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  • The “organic” label is a known fraud. It’s used as a price discriminator, convincing people it’s somehow a good idea to over pay for food.

    Cooking points were good.

  • In the Arabic world the (eggplant dip) is called (Motabal), we top it with tomatoes, parsley, pomegranate, and olive oil, and we eat it with Arabic flat bread. Fantastic! ����

  • This is amazing, thanks. I’ve been looking to try and introduce veggies more into my diet but never really found them appetizing. Will try some of these out soon, thank you:)

  • (raw) zucchini with nooch and broccoli life changers! _
    Cauliflower is the key. You can add to the oatmeal, make cheesy sauce, or mixed it (cooked) to your joghurt to get some pudding, make fake rice etc.

  • Thanks, I needed this. My one suggestion? You might love a silicone pan liner like I do, not only bc it’s nonstick but bc it eliminates all that al foil, a very resource-intensive product

  • @ all the people in the comments saying “veggies already taste good!1!1!!1!!!1”
    Yeah. They do. To YOU.
    Not everyone likes them, okay? Your experience is not universal.

  • wow…so HEALTHY ingredients and looks amazing….unfortunately the recipe requires too much fat/oil….and if you use veg oil instead then my dear YOU WILL HEAR YOUR LAST HEARTBEAT……lol

  • Why is everyone getting salty in the comments? No one gives a flying fuck about what you do with your vegetables. Some people like theirs seasoned, some people like them plain. Stop gatekeeping and acting like God himself because you eat your tomatoes as is. Jesus fucking Christ!

  • For your eggplants add to your steps a little touch of sugar and tahini sauce and Greek yogurt and you will get an Arabian dish called Baba ganoj… it’s amazing!
    Oh and some mints or dry mints �� try it please

  • In eggplant recipe add mustard oil instead of olive oil… add chopped onion and green chilis… its YUMMMMM.. Its a delicacy in Eastern parts of India and in Bangladesh

  • HI
    Great variety of cooking aubergines! But for the last one [ Standing up] I would have done layers of meat and bechamel filling, because that little dollop on top wouldn’t be worth the effort of making the bechamel!Shalom to us only in Christ Yeshua.

  • people out here saying vegetables taste amazing anyway, people’s tastes are different and if you like vegetables the way they are then you’re lucky

  • Lovely video thanks Emmi! You are so right on the veggies in the oatmeal. Put grated courgette into your oatmeal and it’s like adding an apple like texture. Sending love from the uk. Xx

  • Great video, I love the advice! Fresh and organic are definitely must for me, it just makes all the difference! I don’t use butter, but I do use coconut or extra virgin olive oil, omg it is so good.
    And there is a tip I recently learnt: add garlic in the end, if not it kinda gets burnt or just looses itself in the process. Adding it one or two minutes before the end makes a big difference, I love it!
    I love your channel and I subscribed! I also have a channel if you want to check it out and support each other:)
    All the best, Rea

  • Hate to break it to you but people can still use herbicides and pesticides on organic produce. It just has to be non synthetic and some of the natural ones are actually more harmful than non organic ones

  • On roasted eggplants put a burning charcoal and cover it, it will add to the flavor. And then mash it and add onions, tomato and chopped coriander leaves. See it will take to another level. One more thing, rather adding olive oil use mustard oil.. it’s fantastic dip then..

  • What is this? I’d prefer plain vegetables with only a bit of salt over all of these…

    (Btw, if you don’t like the taste of vegetables on their own and feel the need to drown them in spices and stuff to tolerate them, get better quality/seasonal produce. Or “train” your sense of taste, it’s probably dead from years of processed food with artificial flavors, or never had a chance to develop a liking for vegetables if you never had any…)

  • My gamma taught me to cook.
    And my go to for dark green veggies (spinach, brussle sprouts, broccoli), is bake or boil, with salt, garlic, and if it’s bakes you can put a white sauce on it.

  • This is really motivating! I grew up eating pretty much just canned green beans and corn and while I feed my family way more variety than I grew up with, I am in a pretty deep veggie rut. I’m excited to get out the onions and garlic now; thanks for the tips!!

  • These tips were soooo helpful! I’m not a huge fan of veggies, but with these tips I think I will enjoy them a lot more! Thanks for sharing

  • I like pretty much all vegetables except for cucumber (unless its a dill pickle!) brussel sprouts and asparagus. Those are just nasty no matter how you season them lol

  • To all people who say “add bacon”, just stop saying that, vegetable can be used in a good way and is a healthy way to eat, for example:

    Oh shit put the damn broccoli in the trash and eat that good fuckin’ bacon buddy

  • I literally for the first time made eggplant tonight for my husband and I. I made Balsamic Chicken Stuffed Eggplant, and we both agree that it was so damn good��! We literally ate the whole thing…. skin and all! That being said I’m a new fan of eggplant.

  • Nature’s cruel joke. Make unhealthy stuff taste good and make healthy stuff taste like crap. Some vegetables are tolerable at best but most are not and you basically have to add stuff to them to make them even close to edible. Some people just love em but it’s not something you can just cook and make taste good. I heard plenty of people make the case that with their cooking they will taste better but it always fail. You can’t make a turd taste good by adding seasoning.

  • Just roast the eggplant till it’s cooked through, remove the peel, boil some potatoes and mash the potatoes and the inside of the eggplant together, add some salt, a little bit of black pepper or paprika whatever you prefer, olive oil, freshly chopped spanish onion, basil and a lot of cilantro and mix them well with the eggplant potato mash and you’ll have a simple but amazing eggplant dish. That’s one of our ethnic dishes in north east India.

  • Omg! I’m loving these hacks! Nutritional yeast and lemon have changed my broccoli game 100%… and zotes are Bae!! ��Thank you so much for the tips because I was definitely not a veggie lover to begin with. I absolutely love being part of your program and part of your life! You’re amazing! ❤️����31.5 pounds down and counting!! �� Birdseed! ��

  • This is helpful to know! I really struggle to like vegetables. I can only think of about 10 different veggies that I’ll eat… maybe a few more if they’re in soup or rice! I wish I liked them better. My palette HAS expanded since I was a child. But I wish I was like you and really enjoyed them better!
    Most of my life, I haven’t eaten super well. I’m really trying to change that. Trying to stick with veggies, fruits, whole grain or gluten free, lean meats like turkey, chicken, and fish, eggs, and small amounts of yogurt and cheese. It may not be perfect or completely perfect of clean, but it’s HUGE progress for me!

  • Love eggplants and olive oil. Not a big fan of ground beef unless I pick the cut of meat. Also not a big fan of cheese, I may omit. It looks great though! Will definitely try some of them

  • Really great video and tips and of course yr looking fiiiinnneee as always but but ketchup sandwich I’m still trying to process that �� ��. Hope you are going well chick

  • This is such a cute video! I always find that anytime I sautee and I use butter (vegan butter in my case) it tastes SO much better than with oil. I honestly haven’t used oil to sautee in years!

  • Great ideas with sautéing the vegetables. I usually will boil or roast veggies for our suppers, but rarely sauté! And I’ve never thought of adding lemon juice! ��

  • Great video Kaylyn! Motivates me to eat more veggies. I have started to eat more celery, a veggie I never ate much before. I add it to brown rice sauteed with olive oil and garlic, then I add some chopped celery. Serve with lemon and salt.. delicious. The celery tastes like water chestnuts, but better.:)

  • I thought I heard you say frozen vegetables are bad? I’m pretty sure science would argue there’s more nutrients in a frozen vegetable than when you buy off the store shelf

  • The only organic food you need to buy are those with a thin peel. That only seems to reason if it has a thick enough feeling it’s probably safe

  • So I believed the same old wives’ tail about frozen… But the modem ones actually tend to be very healthy and sometimes tasty-bc must are WAY fresher than anything you can buy raw, since they’re flash frozen straight from picking!

  • I don’t know what sorcery just happenedbut your chef over there made me make noises I didn’t know I was capable of making while watching this. holy -ish batman those look delicious AF!

  • In eggplant recipe add mustard oil instead of olive oil… add chopped onion and green chilis… its YUMMMMM.. Its a delicacy in Eastern parts of India and in Bangladesh

  • I was looking through the comments first and I saw every one saying “birdseed” so I kept watching the video till the end and now I know why �� I’m new to your channel! I love your energy!

  • Birdseed! Lol Keep rocking it, would love to get your opinion in a video of steaming veggies on a counter top vs. in a micro and the health benifits vs either, as I have always been told microwaves change the molecular composition of our foods. Would love your thoughts!

  • Thinking back, as a kid I didn’t hate vegetables so much as I hated how they were prepared. Usually any vegetables I was served had been sitting in a pot of boiling salted water until they turned into mush, or came out of a can.

  • Birdseed! Great tips lovely and beautiful Emmie!!! ❤���� The one I implement is to eat the veggies first!!! My favourite veggie is broccoli if we are classifying potatoes as a starch!!! ����

  • If this was true vegan cuisine there would be rocks and twigs in their and also much that’s all vegans can eat also vegan Cuisine gives me indigestion please send help before I die of an overdose of vegetable videos

  • Hey Tasty this was a great video. I really liked how you explain how this method or that ingredient works to create the dish. 10/10

  • presentation is incredible howev5
    health and taste not
    raw ground beef cooked in eggplant is a heart clogger, and the amount of cheese-no
    try some healthier yet taste options and I think you’ll make it

  • These tipps surely help people who do not apprecciate veggies. Today I roasted chinese cabbage with ceasar sauce and it tasted wonderful. Much better than common recipes. Here is the link (in portuguese): http://www.panelinha.com.br/receita/acelga-gratinada-com-molho-caesar

  • Wrap Veggies in foil and roast low and slow then let them cool completely in the foil/ when cool lightly paint oil mixed with garlic onto them and grill them quickly on high heat:)

  • I don’t care if I want to make vegetables tastes batter I like vegetables,e my them self just the way they are with rice,meat and other things that aren’t sweet but not fruit that is not sweet.Why would u put cooked fruit with veggies? That’s just yuck.