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Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Cauliflower Pizza Crust

This thin-style crust works best when you use a light hand with toppings. Because the crust does not rise, it’s important for textural success that you roll out the dough to the correct size—try using a 9-inch round cake pan for reference.

Crushed Beets with Herb Vinaigrette

Crushed Beets with Herb Vinaigrette

Crushing and pan-cooking roasted beets gives their outer layers a crispy texture, and allows a zesty vinaigrette to pool in their clefts and valleys. Omit the dollops of yogurt to make the dish vegan.

Chayote-Corn Pudding

Chayote-Corn Pudding

Corn pudding is a casserole favorite in the South, but it’s usually served as a side dish. Here, we’ve filled it out with chayote for a satisfying entrée that can be served with bread and a green salad.

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Vegetable Couscous Stew

Want a change from chili at your next party? This veggie-laden North African stew is just the ticket. We’ve provided a recipe for the spice blend ras el hanout, which is traditionally used to season the dish, but you can also just use 2 to 3 Tbs. prepared ras el hanout spice blend, which can be found in well-stocked spice sections at supermarkets.

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Southern-Style Greens with Polenta Croutons

In the South, hearty greens are cooked low and slow in a lot of water to make a rich-tasting broth. Here, we’ve added beans and crisp polenta cubes (a ready-made stand-in for grits) for a comfort-food dish with a modern twist.

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Sweet Potato Sushi Bowls with Ginger Soy Dressing

Isadora Lassance, also known as Izzy, is the passionate recipe developer, photographer, and writer behind the blog She Likes Food (shelikesfood.com). Lassance loves to get creative with vegetarian recipes, like this one, that use whole foods.

Seared French Beans with Shallots and Hazelnut Picada

Chef: Richard Landau of Vedge in Philadelphia. “Here’s a re-imagined answer to the string bean casserole—ugly, brown, and bubbly with a can of soup for its sauce. This new, light approach features a Spanish crumble called picada. It’s a great seasonal touch and just enough to take French beans over the top, says Landau. Picada, a savory Spanish garnish traditionally made with almonds, can be as thin as tahini paste or as dry as a crumble. If your green beans aren’t perfectly fresh, try blanching them in salted water for 2 minutes before roasting to bring them back to life.

Brussels Sprouts with Kimchi

Chef Jason Sellers of Plant in Asheville, N.C. says “At Plant, Thanksgiving is a time for vegetable dishes to come alive, as the last of the late-autumn harvest begs to be tuned up. "This dish can be made quickly without fuss, and offers an opportunity to prepare vegetables in a non-traditional way, which allows for a signature holiday spread."

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