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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Simple Vegetables Recipe

A colorful medley of four different vegetables is sautéed until crisp-tender, then seasoned with Sweet ginger garlic seasoning and Greek seasoning. Perfect side dish in the summer heat. Great on the grill too wrapped in foil on low heat! 


Ingredients:
                   
1 cup sliced carrots
2 cups broccoli florets
2 cups cauliflower florets
1 red bell pepper
Greek seasoning and Sweet ginger garlic seasoning 
Oil to saute 
Cooked chicken (optional) 

These seasonings could be used together or just  Greek seasoning is perfect with vegetables.
I added cooked chicken thighs meat.  It's sauteed with garlic and yoshida sauce.
Cut all the vegetables in small pieces. You can use any of your favorite vegetables for this recipe. 
Add oil to the skillet, heat it up. Saute carrots first for a few min.
 Add cauliflower. 
Add broccoli and saute for a few more min. 
 Then add bell pepper and Greek seasoning. Saute until desired softness or crispiness. Sprinkle with Sweet ginger garlic seasoning on top. Serve with rice, pasta or any of your favorite dishes.
Enjoy!!!

4 comments:

  1. Mmm...Love this recipe! Its like Russian chinese food :)

    Also, is there any chance you could convert this recipe: http://www.povarenok.ru/recipes/show/66051/
    into cups instead of grams? Or could you post a tutorial on how to measure in grams? Thank you so much!

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    1. Yes, it's a really delicious vegetables. I am going to make the recipe to convert it. I will do it sometime later:)
      Thanks Katrina╰⊰✿

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  2. My 3 year old will eat this up quick, he would not eat potatoes, but rice with meat and vegetables is his thing :).

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    1. It is scrumptious:) Your son has a good taste Natasha:)))

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