Photo: Amber Locke

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The Veggie Bowl That Looks Like a Party
Making a mixed-vegetable "couscous" is an unexpected technique for using up any smaller bits of produce in your fridge—plus, it makes a nutritious alternative to traditional, wheat-based couscous. You can use whatever you have on hand; Locke uses a spectrum of different-colored vegetables, including bell peppers, sweet potatoes, baby corn, kale, beets, carrots, red cabbage, broccoli and radishes, blitzing them in a food processor until they're the size of grains of rice (or, more precisely, couscous). She says the confetti-like mixture is delicious on its own, or with whatever dressing you'd like.

Get the recipe: Rainbow Vegetable "Couscous"