Infographic: How to Cook Every Winter Vegetable | KCET
Infographic: How to Cook Every Winter Vegetable
Are you still hanging on to your New Year's resolution of eating more veggies?
While broccoli and carrots might be in your weekly rotation, the beauty of a plant-based diet lies in the abundance of fresh seasonal vegetables at grocery stores and farmers' markets. When you go beyond the basics, a whole new world of flavor and texture opens up in the kitchen. But expanding into unfamiliar territory can be a little intimidating if you don't often cook with the seasons. Just what do you do with a parsnip? How do you turn spaghetti squash into a lighter pasta substitute? And what's a rutabaga, anyway?
The next time you find yourself scratching your head over something you're not sure how to eat, consult this infographic from SheKnows, which gives helpful pointers on preparing common winter vegetables. Even the most experienced cook may be surprised to learn that a bunch of leeks can be roasted or that a head of radicchio can be grilled.
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