Do you remember when parents used to say to their kids ” Eat you’re vegetables” and the kids looked at the plate in disgust? So these days are over from now on! I remember when I used to not really enjoy veggies and I was a “Pasta everyday” kind of kid until I discovered the beauty and the pure deliciousness of vegetables and how you can transform these plants into something special.
This dish is so easy to make, perfect for the whole family and simply the healthiest veggie pan I know( Side note: You’re digestion is going to be incredible)
Effort time: 10 minutes. Overall cooking time: 50 minutes. IIngredients ( for 2 people or 4 as a side)
INGREDIENTS (FOR 1-2 PEOPLE AS A MAIN- AND 4 PEOPLE AS A SIDE DISH)
- 600g sweet potato
- 400g runner beans
- 300-400g kidney beans ( or any beans that you really like)
- 300g of tomatoes
- 500-600g paprika
- 100g zucchini
- 100g of Arugula salad
- 2 cloves of garlic
- salt + pepper
- soy sauce
- cayenne pepper
- spicy tomato sauce ( the ones that are for pasta)
You can add as much spice as you want to the dish. These are just spices that really compliment it.
HOW TO MAKE IT:
- Cut all the veggies up.
- Put water and a little oil with salt or soy sauce into the pan and add the garlic to it.
- After the pan heated up add the sweet potato and let it cook for 5 minutes.
- Add tomato and runner beans and let this cook for another 5 minutes.
- Throw the rest of your veggies into the pan and mix it the spices
- Let this cook for about 20 minutes ( mix it all well every 5-10 minutes.
- Add spicy tomato sauce and let this cook for another 20 minutes 8 last 10 minutes without the lid so the water can absorb.If you want to have a more liquid veggie pan then do not pull the lid off.
You’re done! If you want to you can add basil or some spices on top to make it look extra pretty.
LITTLE TIP: Serve it as a pasta sauce or as a side dish to rice or other carbohydrate rich foods!)
Leave a comment If you liked it and let me know what you’re favorite healthy comfort food is!
All pictures are taken by myself.