Grinding up raw vegetables with optional nuts creates a tasty, rice-like side dish.
Raw vegetables can be sliced or shredded into delicious, colorful noodles.
This quiche made with squash and leeks and topped with cheese is a simple yet elegant main course. Serve it with salad and rice or quinoa pilaf for a satisfying meal.
Risotto isn't difficult to make, though it does require a lot of standing at the stove, stirring away. The end result, however, is delicious and a wonderful comfort food.
Vegetable soup is one of those things that don't really need a recipe - you can customize the ingredients to your heart's content. This recipe is really just a set of guidelines to give you some ideas about what to include.
An easy-to-prepare, delicate sweet-and-sour squash dish.
Red beans and squash make these veggie burgers from Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula unique.
Just a handful of ingredients and an hour of roasting make the most flavorful squash soup you can imagine.
This salad is colorful, tasty, and a good way to use up some leftover vegetables.
An authentic Mexican dish that can be made as spicy (or not) as you like.