Written by Robert J. Matthews
A side dish that complements any winter entrée.
Sautéed kale with a splash of lemon juice is an incredibly nutrient-dense and simple high-fiber option.
Carrots can be given a boost by roasting them with a touch of spice.
Spicy and high in fiber, these roasted carrots serve as a colorful and delectable accompaniment.
Almonds can be utilized to increase the fiber content of green beans during sautéing.
This traditional side dish provides nutritional value and crisp texture.
Cauliflower mush is a low-carb, high-fiber substitute for mashed potatoes.
Compelling and creamy, it complements a wide range of main courses.