Posted by: Leah | November 13, 2011

More Food – 100 Veggie Recipes

Japanese Style Eggs

This does not count as a veggie dish. But I would like to share!

This is one of my favourite breakfasts.

Japanese style omelette

For one person: two eggs, 1 table spoon of soya sauce, 1 tea spoon of sugar, olive oil

Mix soya sauce, sugar and eggs together – stir them for a bout a minute, put this mixture on a heated skillet with olive oil on it, cook as a regular omellette.

Yum!

 Number 6.

Potato Side Dish.

Potato Side Dish

I love this side dish – very simple – slice one regular potato and one sweet potato, heat a skillet, put one table spoon of olive oil, add potatoes, if you would like to add spice add black pepper and chilli powder, cook until ready.

It is perfect with fish and even on its own. I find these potatoes requires just a tiny bit of salt because sweet potato brings a lot of flavour to this dish.

 

 

 

Number 7.

A Grrrrrrreat butternut squash soup.

I tried this recipe today and just fell in love with this soup.

I used prepackaged, washed and cut butternut squash to cut the corners and make it faster. You just put the package in a microwave and cook it for 6 minutes Voila.

Squash I Used

Meanwhile, take one onion, 4-5 cloves of garlic and puree them in a food processor.

Then warm a skillet, add one table spoon of olive oil and brown onion-garlic mixture.

When squash is done in a microwave, take it out and put it to the processor then add browned onion-garlic mixture, 1/4 tea spoon of chilli powder and puree.

Add four cups of water in a pot, bring it to boiling, add 1/2 of  vegetable boullion cube and 1/4 of chilli powder to that and one table spoon of olive oil and slowly add pureed squash and onion-garlic, stir for about 3-4 minutes making sure no clumps.

Yum. So Good.

Butternut Squash Soup

I really LOVED this soup because it has all the goodness of cream soup without adding cream to it and increasing calories.

Also if you just puree veggies together you can have a great side dish.
So YUM.
 
On the unrelated note I finally found a great way to cook salmon. I love salmon but its fishy smell often puts me off. I have discovered that you I take two table spoons of lemon juice, one teaspoon of sugar and 1/4 teaspoon of chilli powder and mix it all together and pur it on fish on each side when cooking it – no fishy smell and then at the end I pour also a mixture of 1/2 tea spoon of vinegar and 1/2 teaspoon of soya sauce. So Good! 
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