People think of spring and summer vegetables when it comes to seasonal vegetable dishes. However, it is possible to make delicious winter vegetable dishes that will cheer your palates with winter vegetables. In addition to root vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, turnips, radishes, celeries, you can make soups, salads, and various dishes by using greens that will make your winter vegetable dishes with olive oil taste delicious with their different aromas. You can serve delicious winter dishes to your loved ones by using citrus fruits such as lemon, orange, grapefruit while cooking winter vegetable dishes with olive oil. Winter vegetable dishes look good on your tables as well as being healthy for your precious body. Elements such as potassium, magnesium, and many vitamins such as A, C, E, K in vegetables keep you resistant to cold winter days and prevent diseases. You can achieve both taste balance and healthier recipes with various spices while cooking winter vegetable dishes.
Among the recipes of Winter Vegetable Dishes, the one that warms you the most: Vegetable Soup
Unique recipe in winter vegetable dishes for those who want flavors with different characteristics and flavors to meet a harmony in a single bowl; vegetable soup.
- 1 onion
- 2 cloves of garlic
- 4 tbsp. olive oil
- 3-4 pieces of cauliflower
- 3-4 pieces of broccoli
- 7-8 pieces of SousChef Organic Dried Tomato
- 2 sprig of celery stalks
- 5 glasses of water
- Salt and spices to taste
Start making the vegetable soup, number one of winter vegetable dishes by dicing the onion and garlic and roast in olive oil until they turn pink. Then add the vegetables, celery stalks, and organic dried tomatoes that you chop large and small. After the vegetables are sautéed; add the water, salt, and spices, and cook until the vegetables are soft by reducing the heat when it boils. If you wish, you can roast very little flour with onions or throw in half a tea glass of vermicelli to make a denser soup.
Don't Say You Don't Eat Leek, Try This Recipe
Perhaps the most unfavorable dish of winter vegetable is the leek. But now put aside your biases and try this recipe. There is simply no vitamin that you do not take when you add Jerusalem artichoke to leek, which is rich in vitamins
- 1 kg leek
- 2-3 carrots
- One tbsp. Jr. SousChef’s tomato paste
- 4-5 Jerusalem artichoke
- Half a glass of rice
- 2 tbsp. olive oil
- 1 tsp. granulated sugar
Cut the carrots into rounds, dice the Jerusalem artichokes into cubes, and sauté them together in olive oil. Then add the tomato paste and roast. Add some water after adding the leeks that you cut two fingers thick. Add the rice, salt, and sugar, and cook over medium heat for 15-20 minutes and then low heat. You can consume it hot and cold by squeezing lemon on it.
Most Romantic Winter Dinner: Cauliflower Gratin
Perhaps the most romantic of all winter vegetable dishes is cauliflower. This dish, which decorates your tables, is also the best way to have children eat cauliflower. It is also very nutritious with milk, yogurt, and kasseri. Let's take a look at this wonderful recipe among the winter vegetable dishes.
- 1 medium cauliflower
- 1 glass of milk
- 1 glass of yogurt
- Half a glass of oil
- 2 eggs
- 1 pack of baking powder
- 1 dstspn. salt
- 1 tsp. black pepper, cumin
- 1 pinch of parsley
- Half a glass of flour
- Grated kasseri cheese
Chop the cauliflower into small pieces and boil them in saltwater till they are slightly raw. Mix ingredients other than cheese and parsley and prepare the sauce. Drain the water from the cauliflower and put it in the sauce with the parsley and mix. Finally, put it on the tray and cover it with kasseri cheese. You can serve it when the kasseri cheese colors up.
When you need help preparing your recipes with winter vegetables or want to increase the flavor, you can get help from Jr.SousChef's carefully prepared organic pastes, natural sauces, and all healthy products collected and packaged in the season with good agricultural practices. Jr. SousChef is with you all winter with its different natural products such as dried tomatoes, tomato paste, and sauces produced from organic tomatoes, as well as pomegranate juice! Don't forget to visit the website to add Jr. SousChef's auxiliary products to your winter vegetable dishes.