This tasty spread is a flavourful alternative to plain old butter or margarine. You can use it to roast, sauté or steam your vegetables. Or spread a dollop of it over your baked potato or corn on the cob. Just whip it up, keep it in the fridge, and use as needed to add a tasty twist to all your favourite vegetable sides.
Note: This is one herb combination, but there are many more you can test out. Combine garlic, basil and oregano for an Italian flair, or lemon zest and rosemary for a sweet and tangy zing. Switch up the quantities depending on your flavour preferences, and use dried herbs if that's more convenient. The combinations are virtually endless, so have fun experimenting with all the ways you can enjoy a tasty herb spread.
Some vegetables, such as kale, Swiss chard, Brussels sprouts, rapini, broccoli and mustard greens, can fall on the bitter side. If that causes you to avoid them, then this dressing is coming to the rescue. The touch of sweetness will cut the bitter flavours nicely so you can finally enjoy these nutritious vegetables and satisfy your taste buds at the same time.
Did your mom ever bury your Brussels sprouts or broccoli under a mound of cheese with the hope of tricking you into eating them? You might not need that mound of cheddar anymore, but a little bit of cheesy goodness is a creamy, flavourful and delicious way to give a vegetable dish new life. This ricotta sauce is great over cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, potatoes and much more.
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