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Stir-Fried Mixed Vegetables

Let's face it. some of us don't like vegetables any more than our toddlers do.Most of us do not get enough servings of fruits,vegetables and whole grains that our bodies need. A single food can never provide all the essential nutrients that our body needs. Therefore it's always important to consume a wide variety of food to provide adequate intakes of vitamins,minerals and dietary fiber.Vegetables can be added to almost any food. They generally add a lot of flavor to main dishes, as well as a lot of nutrition. I have a habit of adding vegetable to my meat dishes even fruits sometimes. They add more flavors and the dishes looks more tempting and colorful too. I have omit the addition of meat to my stir-fry this time. I wanted to tasty each vegetable by it's own flavor. Believe me it tasted awesome with fried rice.

Stir-Fried Mixed Vegetables


Serving Size:4

3 cloves of garlic crushed
1 medium onion chopped
1 large carrot sliced
2 celery sticks sliced
1 red pepper sliced
1/2 cup chopped green beans
1/2 cup chopped broccoli
1 small can water chestnut drained'
1 small can baby corns drained
1tsp soy sauce
1tbsp lemon juice
1tbsp peanut oil
1tsp cornflour blended with little warm water
salt to taste
2tbsp hoi sin sauce

Preparation Methods:
Heat the oil in wok. Add the garlic,onions and carrots-stir fry until the onions becomes soft.Then add celery,pepper,beans,baby corn,water chestnuts and broccoli.All the vegetables to get cooked till tender.Finally add the blended cornflour and the sauces. Stir until sauce boils and thickens slightly.Remove from flame and transfer to a serving plate.


this is the way how i usual cook mixed veggie too, look so nice.
Rachana said…
A great way to eat veggies...Yumm!
Anonymous said…
colorful veggies and very inviting!
very very colorful stir fry .. looks yummy
Priya Suresh said…
Very colourful stir fry, looks yumm!
divya said…
looks very delicious....
Sushma Mallya said…
so yummy and so healthy too..
Unknown said…
Simple and delish:)wud be too gud with fried rice
yummy veggies. i like the addition of babycorn
Vikis Kitchen said…
Never knew if we could include mixed veggies like this in our daily menu. Seems so healthy dear. How are you? Started Deepavali enjoyment? Happy Deeapavali dear.
Powerpacked with nutrients...........
Urmi said…
Nice and healthy dish. Looks delicious and yummy.
Marjorie said…
I think making stir fry is one of the easiest dinners you can make now that they have frozen stir fry vegetable bagged in the grocery store. A little broth and seasonings and dinner is served.
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