I sorta liked veggies, but always thought they were boring. Then I went vegetarian (I'm vegan now!) and forced myself to eat them and lo and behold, they're quite tasty to me now! Like people have said, roasting or steaming them in olive oil and herbs is good.
I'm not a fan of lame ice berg lettuce salads. My favorite salad is fresh baby spinach, carrots, cucumbers, broccoli, and unsweetened dried cranberries with just a little bit of toasted sesame dressing on the side. I like dipping the veggies into the dressing a bit at a time.
It's a sweet dressing, slightly salty, very yummy.
Have you tried sweet bell peppers? I love them fresh cut into strips. The red, yellow, and orange ones are quite sweet! So are the green ones, but to a lesser extent. Carrots are naturally sweet, too.
Turnips have a spice to them. Not hot, but they make your tongue tingle. :P
Carrots, cucumbers, and broccoli are very tasty when dipped in hummus (which is chickpeas and hardly anything else, so it's a veggie in dip form!). Hummus comes in a ton of different flavors (roasted red pepper, roasted eggplant, spicy pepper, and garlic are common ones, but I've also tried cucumber dill, sun dried tomato and basil, etc).
On the subject of hummus, it's also excellent on pizza! The brand Tribe makes pizza hummus. It has a tomato flavor with the spices usually in pizza sauce and cheese, while retaining it's hummus flavor. You can buy pizza dough from the grocer or the local pizza place cheap, or make it yourself. Then use the hummus as both the sauce and the cheese. I add sweet bell peppers, olives, and sometimes a little bit of onion. Super delicious, and it doesn't taste outlandish- it tastes like pizza!
I found a really cool-looking recipe for sweet potato burritos that I'm going to try tomorrow:http://allrecipes.com//Recipe/addict...os/Detail.aspx
The people in the comments recommend replacing the kidney beans with black beans. I can't wait to try this recipe, it looks delicious!
Sorry for all the random ideas. I just threw in all of my favorite veggie-related things. P: