This isn't really a recipe as much as just sharing something that I've really been loving to add to my sautéed veggies. I love sautéed veggies. Sometimes I just make a whole skillet full for my lunch, but I like to mix it up with different herbs and spices. One of my favorite is adding some good 'ole Apple Cider Vinegar in the skillet. It adds a nice tang and goes great with some ginger powder too. Now I'm sure most people probably aren't used to adding ACV in their veggies, so maybe just add a splash and see how it goes, maybe at most a tablespoon. It will depend on how many veggies you're sautéing too. You may not like it, but hey at least you tried something different!
It's goes great tossed with some quinoa or rice noodles!
Also, now that we've been really getting settled into our new home I've really started to experiment again! And I'm getting excited guys, I've been stating to try some fun stuff! I've also realized something I've been neglecting: easy peasy snacks, you know those snacks that are healthy and/or sweet and allergy friendly that take minutes to make. And also coming up with some more crockpot recipes, because I know we all want easy dinners that taste sensational and fit into our busy schedules. They're also great for entertaining. To meet more people here we've been making a crockpot full of beans on the weekends to share with new friends and it's been amazing! So sometime I'll have to share our "Sunday Beans"! 'Cause isn't that one of the best parts of food being able to share it with others!
Veggies, this is a good way to empty your fridge of those veggies on the brink of spoiling
Apple cider vinegar, I recommend the Bragg’s brand
Optional: ginger powder, curry powder, cumin, paprika, etc.
Start sautéing veggies as you normally would
Once veggies seem about half done cooking add apple cider vinegar and any other spices you’d like.
Continue to sauté as you normally would, adding ACV and spices to taste