The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Re: Veggie ideas.
Posted By: Linda L.
In Response To: Re: Veggie ideas. (Patti-O)
When I'm cooking for myself, I cook everything in one pan. I brown whatever meat I'm having, cut whatever veggies I like into chunks, throw them on top of the meat, maybe add a little water, throw on the cover, and braise 10 minutes or so until the veggies are the consistency I like.
One combination I love is a loin lamb chop, asparagus, celery, and sweet potatoes. Just slice all the vegetables into similar-sized chunks and they cook up fine. Season with a little minced garlic and fresh parsley or other chopped fresh herbs, if you like.
My daughter is very fussy about vegetables but she likes anything if it's in a stir fry. This is something even your husband might like. You can stir fry any veggie you're in the mood for - - parsnips (slice them into THIN matchsticks), turnips, sweet potatoes, sugar snap peas - the sky's the limit. Season with some finely chopped garlic and ginger root and wheat-free tamari soy sauce.
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Patti-O -- Sunday, 24 January 1999, at 1:29 p.m.
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