Coat an 8-inch casserole dish with vegetable cooking spray.
In heavy saucepan, heat wine over medium-high heat.
Add onion and cook, stirring often, until soft, about 3 minutes.
Add celery, bell pepper, carrot, green beans and peas.
Cook for 3 minutes, stirring often. If mixture begins to dry out, add 1/4 cup more wine.
Reduce heat to low. Sprinkle flour over vegetable mixture. Cook, stirring constantly, 2 minutes.
In glass measuring cup, combine milk or soymilk and 2 cups vegetable stock. Slowly add to vegetable mixture while whisking constantly. Sauce will start to thicken.
Add parsley, soy sauce, thyme, sage, pepper and cayenne. Cook, stirring constantly, until filling is thickened.
Remove from heat, transfer mixture to prepared casserole and set aside.
In large bowl, mix flour, salt, baking powder and baking soda.
Using a pastry blender or fork, cut butter into flour mixture until it resembles coarse meal.
In measuring cup, combine buttermilk and honey.
Add liquid to flour mixture, stirring with a fork to form a stiff dough. Add more buttermilk if dough is too dry.
Knead lightly in bowl, 3 to 5 minutes, until dough is no longer sticky.
Turn dough out onto lightly floured surface. Roll out to 10 inch round or roll to 1/2 inch thickness and cut into decorative shapes, wedges or rounds.
Lay biscuit topping lightly over filling..
Bake until crust is golden brown and filling is bubbling--about 20 to 30 minutes.
Serve steaming hot into bowls and check six veggies off of your list!
Try changing up the flavor of the filling, for example, make a curry vegetable pot pie. The biscuit crust is a low-fat version of a traditional pot-pie topping. Soy milk can replace the buttermilk to make it vegan; however, the crust may end up a
To prepare the white fish, brush the bottom of a pyrex dish with grapeseed oil and then add the fish
Brush the fish with grapeseed oil and season with chili powder, paprika, minced garlic, pink salt, PP and top with diced and deseeded jalapeños (keep the seeds if you like it hot, hot, hot)
Place fish into the oven and cook for 9 minutes or until the fish becomes flaky
While the fish is cooking, add the onion, tomato, jalapeño, mango and lime juice to a bowl and refrigerate
If you have double stacked ovens, turn your second oven to ‘keep warm’ and add the tortillas straight onto the rack. If you only have one oven, once the fish is done and cooling, add the tortillas straight to the rack, but turn off the heat and simply close the oven door. The leftover heat with heat the tacos up. The tacos should be done in 3-5 minutes
Plating: Grab your tortilla and top with fish, mango salsa, avocado, micro green and some extra lime juice or hot sauce
Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add onion, celery and pinch of red pepper flakes and sauté until translucent. Add the mushrooms, garlic, splash of red wine, a couple Tbsp fresh herbs, and pinch sea salt and continue to cook a few minutes more until mushroom start to cook down. Add the apples (reserving a few slices), vinegar, maple, and spices and cook a few minutes more.
Take off the heat and stir in the quinoa, lentils, hazelnuts and cranberry. Season to taste with sea salt and black pepper. Add vegetable broth, if needed, 2 Tbsp at a time, until mixture is slightly moist.
Transfer to a large baking dish. Add the remaining apple slices and top with more fresh herbs. Bake for 15- 20 minutes, until heated through. Turn oven up to broil and cook 5 minutes longer to crisp the top, watching close to be certain not to burn.
Okra, known as “lady’s fingers” in India, has a beautiful bright green color and looks wonderful on the table. This simple and easy way to cook okra will leave you with a delicious dish, without any of the okra “slime!”When buying fresh okra, avoid the flimsy, flexible ones. Look for crisp ones in which the tail end can be snapped off. Avoid the very hard okra that are over-ripe with brown seeds instead of the ideal white seeds. I also never cover okra when cooking because doing so will darken its color. Okra can be eaten with Indian flatbreads, such as Naan or Chapathi, and goes well when paired with lentil dishes. – Shubhra
If you’re using frozen okra, do not defrost. If you’re using fresh okra, wash the okra and pat dry with a kitchen towel. Trim the tip and head and discard. Slice each okra into ¼-inch (6-mm) pieces.
Pour the oil into a large nonstick skillet and place over medium heat. (Place over high heat if using frozen okra.) When the oil is heated, add the okra and lime juice. Sauté for 5 minutes, stirring frequently.
Reduce the heat to medium-low. Add the onion, turmeric, red pepper, salt, and black pepper. Stir to combine. Sauté until the okra is tender and the onion becomes transparent, stirring frequently, about 30 minutes.
Enjoy now or let cool to room temperature and refrigerate or freeze for later!
Okra has a peculiar, slimly substance to it that is released when the okra is cut and washed. The first time I cooked okra, I washed it after I chopped it and had slime everywhere! That is why it is important to wash it and pat dry before chopping to reduce the release of the sticky material. If you’re using frozen okra, it is best not to defrost it first, as it will become flimsy and release a lot of slimy substance. When okra is cooked with lime juice, any slime disappears as the okra cooks.
Jicama (pronounced hee-cama), is a bulbous root vegetable native to Central and South America. It is a relative of the potato family and tastes like a cross between a potato and a pear. Jicama is low in calories and high in dietary fiber. @SpringISD #Jicama #VegOut2020
Bell Peppers are an excellent source of vitamin A, C and B6! They are not spicy, in fact flavor varies by color. Heat destroys some of the delicate nutrients found in bell peppers, so eat them raw for maximum health benefit! @SpringISD #BelieveInSpring #BellPeppers #VegOut2020