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      Mexican Tossed Vegetable

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      Time10 Min
      DifficultyEasy
      Serves1

      Mexican tossed Vegetables is a savoury dish full of healthy vegetables. The dish looks like a colourful medley of sautéed vegetables. This Mexican dish uses a sauté technique similar to Chinese cooking method of quick stir-fry. Similar to stir-fry it also uses very little oil though the vegetables are sautéed till tender, whereas in stir-fry they are crisp. This Mexican Tossed Vegetable Recipe is ... super simple and quick to make. You can make it in many variations by simple tweaking of Mexican Tossed Vegetable Ingredients. Add or substitute vegetables as per your choice with added seasonings. For a vegan Mexican Tossed vegetable, add tofu cubes. Add in grilled chicken or meat pieces for a Mexican tossed non-vegetarian variation. The dish is full of nutrition and has low Mexican Tossed Vegetable Calories, making it perfect to include in everyday meal. Tender-soft vegetables retain most of the nutrients and are a good way to eat vegetables. The delicious dish is good for your kids too. Serve it to them with tortilla chips or pita triangles. Mexican Tossed Vegetable Restaurant style makes a delicious side dish for any lunch or dinner. Mexican Tossed Vegetable Restaurant style goes well with Mexican rice and tangy salsa for a complete Mexican meal. This dish can be served as a salad too, with any curry and rice or roti. Your kids will readily eat this delicious vegetable dish with pasta or noodles. Add shredded cheese to this Mexican Tossed Vegetable Recipe and make a filling for rolls for their school lunch boxes.

      Nutrition Info. (per serving)

      ProteinFatCarbsFibre41 Cal41 Cal41 Cal41 Cal
      • 3gProtein
      • 1gFat
      • 7gCarbs
      • 2gFibre

      Ingredients

      Fruits & Vegetables

      Carrot-regular

      Carrot-regular

      0.5 unit

      Haricot Bean

      Haricot Bean

      7 units

      Zucchini Yellow

      Zucchini Yellow

      1 small piece

      Zucchini Green

      Zucchini Green

      1 small piece

      Capsicum Yellow (regular)

      Capsicum Yellow (regular)

      1 small piece

      Capsicum Red-regular

      Capsicum Red-regular

      1 small piece

      Dry Grocery

      Refined Oil

      Refined Oil

      0.5 teaspoons

      Salt

      Salt

      1 pinch

      Oregano Herbs

      Oregano Herbs

      1 pinch

      Paprika Powder

      Paprika Powder

      1 pinch

      Other

      Pepper

      Pepper

      1 pinch

      Lemon Juice

      Lemon Juice

      0.5 teaspoons

      Directions
      1
      In a heavy bottom vessel, add Water, Carrot, Haricot Beans and bring to boil.
      2
      Blanch the vegetables and keep aside.
      3
      Heat Oil in a pan. Add Green Zucchini, Yellow Zucchini, Red Pepper, Yellow pepper and sauté.
      4
      Add blanched vegetables and saute tIll soft.
      5
      Add Salt, Pepper and mix properly.
      6
      Take out to a bowl and add Lemon Juice, Oregano, Paprika Powder.
      7
      Mix well and keep aside.
      Tips to make Mexican Tossed Vegetables:
      You can Prepare Mexican Tossed Vegetable at Home in few easy steps. Few tips on How to make Mexican Tossed Vegetable: • For a flavourful dish, use fresh vegetables and cut them just before cooking. • Par-boil the vegetables which are a bit hard to make them soft and tender. They are easy to sauté later on. Hard vegetables, when not boiled, are difficult to digest and don’t taste good. • Always cut vegetables in similar size. Similar size vegetables cook evenly and the dish looks balanced. • Vegetables should be cut in large cubes or chunks. Fewer cuts ensure more nutrients retention. • For boiling use vegetable broth or stock instead of water. It adds flavour to the vegetables. • Purchase “baby versions” of vegetables. They have more nutrients and flavour than regular size ones. • Cook on medium-low flame for a short time. Just till vegetables are sautéed properly. Overcooking results in nutrition loss. Learn the recipe from the Mexican Tossed Vegetable Video and make this dish at home.

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