Update holiday classic recipes with fresh, new ingredients
One of the hottest trends in home cooking is putting a modern twist on traditional recipes by using new ingredients. We recommend these nine vegetables for those retro-chic recipes. (And get our recipes below!)
Pearl & Boiler Onions
Nothing says comfort like roasted vegetables. Substitute chunks of onion with sweet, whole Cipolline Onions for that savory-sweet flavor profile.
Remember that classic green bean casserole? Instead of reaching for the canned fried onions, go fresh all the way with crispy fried Shallots.
Stokes Purple® Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes are a must-have for the holidays, but don’t settle for just the orange ones. Wow your dinner guests with a new sweet potato dish that is vibrantly purple–or even an orange-purple mix!
Colored Baby Carrots
This root vegetable is made for roasting, which brings out a sweet flavor profile that complements any holiday side dish…especially with carrots!
The “new kale” is a must-have at the dinner table. Now available in purple, orange, and green, cauliflower is perfect for roasting whole or in florets!
Sunchoke purée used to be something you’d only see on a restaurant menu. Now you, too, can impress your guests with these knobby little roots.
Have a flavorful holiday!
Get the Recipes:
- Pearl Onions in Cream Sauce
- Balsamic-Glazed Pearl Onions
- Honey-Roasted Cipolline
- Simply Roasted Cipolline
- Crispy Fried Shallots
- Purple Sweet Potato Pie
- Spiced Purple Sweet Potatoes with Chick Peas
- Roasted Baby Carrots and Parsnips
- Maple and Bacon Roasted Potatoes
- Simple Roasted Whole Cauliflower
- Roasted Sunchokes