Vegetable Mediterranean and Herb Medley By Tony Tomeo

This recipe was shared with me and sounds delicious, heathy, and perfect for the vegetarian or meat lover. A recipe you can prepare using your choice of  veggies from your own garden. 

Bon Appetite!

 
This is such a wonderful recipe for your garden vegetables. Chef Roessler prepares a wonderful recipe here. The flavor is out of this world and it’s hard to believe it’s coming from just the ingredients below.
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Vegetables: To make the following garden dish, you can use any seasonal vegetables such as squash (any variety),tomatoes, eggplants, carrots, onions and garlic.
 
Herbs: There are some days your senses are attracted to Thyme and Oregano. The other day maybe to Rosemary and Basil. Whatever your taste buds tell you, use it. It is fun to play around with different herbs on the daily basis, and it is also healthy for you to use variety in your cooking. It makes me feel good, knowing there are no pesticides in the vegetables that I use because they are from my garden.Gordana_MediteranianHerbMedley_2
                                  
Use 4 to 5 vegetables of different variety (Zuccini, eggplant, tomatoe, crookneck)
1 large onion
8 garlic cloves
1 bell pepper
3 tablespoons Extra Virgin Oil
3 cups chicken broth
Thyme, Oregano, Salt and Pepper to taste
 
Cut onion and garlic in small cubes, sauté them in olive oil, until soft, but not brown.
Add the bell pepper, cut in small cubes, add all the vegetables, you have prepared and
cut into small cubes. Add the broth and herbs, stir well and let simmer on medium heat, until tender. Makes 4 to 6 servings.
 
You can eat it as Vegetarian dish, but also you can add if you like some good chicken, sausage, steak cubes or Canadian bacon to it. You can serve with: Rice, Pasta, or boiled Potatoes.
 
Recipe from: 
Gordana Roessler
Auburn, California USA

Good Appetite !!!

 

Other great articles from gardening expert,Tony:   http://www.asktonythegardener.com

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