June 17, 2016

Fabulous Friday Flavour: Stir-Fry with Fresh Dutch Vegetables

One thing I really, really liked about the Dutch supermarket as I mentioned last week is the  pre-cut, pre-cleaned, pre-cooked (or uncooked) vegetables in their supermarkets. Not only that, they are mostly fresh produce and come with a wide variety of selection to choose from. They are also not too expensive.  

Imagine the time you’d save from the peeling, cutting and rinsing. It’s brilliant!

Here’s this week’s feature of simple stir-fry vegetable made easy by pre-everything from the supermarket.

Vegetable Medley of Fresh Dutch Vegetables
Serves 4
An easy recipe using a mixture of pre-everything from the supermarket! That's that.
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Cook Time
8 min
Total Time
8 min
Cook Time
8 min
Total Time
8 min
Ingredients
  1. Sliced onions
  2. 1 clove garlic pressed
  3. Half chicken stock cube
  4. Olive oil for frying
Pre-cut and ready to cook vegetable
  1. 1 cup long beans
  2. Half a pack pre-spiced and semi-cooked Dutch taters
  3. 1 cup capsicum
Instructions
  1. Heat up oil in pan
  2. Fry pressed garlic and onions till translucent
  3. Add in chicken stock cube and mix well
  4. Fry up the taters till golden
  5. Put in the beans and capsicum and mix well
  6. Cover up for 5 minutes
  7. Still well and turn off the fire
  8. Serve!
Notes
  1. You can always add on other herbs like spring onions, rosemary or parsley to enhance the taste.
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Disclaimer: Using pre-everything vegetables from the supermarket is not lazy. It’s just convenient! For busy moms, this is god-sent and the best part is, nothing about this is unhealthy.


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  1. Looks yummy!!!

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