Caution: Works on Everything (Veggie Edition)

by Auntie Nono

Auntie Nono’s Everything Seasoning makes it easy to get flavorful food on the table fast, and it works well on everything from popcorn to eggs to soup and beyond. It even adds a tantalizing tastiness to all kinds of vegetables — and that’s a pretty handy trick to have up your sleeve (especially if you have picky eaters at the table!).

Bring out the best of your vegetable dishes and make healthy eating more appetizing than ever. Ahead, we’re rounding up just a few of our favorite veggie preparations.

Raw Veggie Plate

Slice up a few of your favorite vegetables and simply add a shake of Auntie Nono’s right over the top! We love using carrot slices, broccoli florets and cherry tomatoes alongside some hummus for a bright, nutrient-packed plate.

Corn on the Cob

This summertime staple is even more delicious with a pat of butter and a shake of Auntie Nono’s on top. Grilled or boiled, corn on the cob is always a family favorite.

Grilled Kabobs

Fire up the grill and skewer a rainbow of your favorite vegetables. Layer bell pepper, onion, mushrooms and squash, then add a dash of Everything Seasoning right on top. If you plan ahead a few hours, you can use Auntie Nono’s as the base in a marinade for the veggies before popping them on the grill.

Potatoes

Potatoes work beautifully with Auntie Nono’s no matter how you slice them (literally). Baked, roasted, mashed, or fried, a shake of Everything Seasoning elevates this starchy side dish in the best way.

Roasted Greens

An easy weeknight staple, roasted veggies are a simple, fail-proof way to get your greens in. Try baking Brussels sprouts, broccoli, or zucchini in the oven with a light coating of olive oil and Everything Seasoning for a satisfying end result.

Sauteed Squash

Simple, seasonal, and widely loved, sauteing squash on the stovetop is about as easy and delectable as a vegetable dish comes. And with a hearty sprinkle of Auntie Nono’s on top, you’ll have the whole family reaching for seconds.

Ready to go green and whip up a few new vegetable dishes?

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