Tuesday, 11 September 2012

My Healthy Green Mixed Vegetables

I always believe that I am a good cook but never found the courage of blogging it.Actually I came from a family who loves to eat and boasting each others specialty cooking during the weekend lunch together.

It was a secret competition among siblings while my father is reading the Texas News or watching Kevin Durant and my mother is busy on her backyard garden but since most blog hops is about healthy lifestyle I am showing you my hidden talent.

 It is very simple vegetable recipe which anyone can do it. You can cook this 10-15 minutes tops. Most ingredients are available in your local farmers market but make sure to bring your own reusable recycle bag in order to Help the World and avoid using plastic to avoid to much rubbish going to your rubbish clearance London service. 

Find any fresh cabbage,carrots,baby corns, broccoli,bell pepper,cauliflower,sweet onions and mushrooms or just buy those that are bountiful during that season.  

Chop the vegetable to your desire shape. The more color, the better it will look so make sure to add those red bell peppers.

Pour some olive oil in the pan and wait for it to heat up and add everything and keep on stirring so that all the vegetables will be evenly cooked. If you want you can add a little water ,oyster sauce and some flour to thicken the sauce but if you won't its OK. Add some salt ,soy sauce and pepper to taste. 

Make sure all the vegetables are not overcooked.It's best to cook it when the guest have already arrived or let them help by chopping those vegetables.

You can add leftover meat if you want like chicken, anything goes up to squid.

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  2. That sounds so delicious! And it's so easy! Thanks!

  3. A mix of veggies, recycling, healthy family competition and lots of love...LOVE IT!!! thank you for sharing. I'm now following you

  4. oh yum!! delicious, healthy and easy...just about perfect. thanks!!
    i am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.

  5. What a delicious recipe - it looks so appetising with all the lovely colours! Thank you so much for sharing it with us at Hearth and Soul.

  6. I am getting hungry....How would you call this dish? I am not a good cook, but I would gladly try cooking this.



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