Recipe by anna32182
"This is a delicious mix of fresh vegetables and spices lightly pan-fried with butter and olive oil."
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garlic, finely minced
jalapeno pepper, seeds and ribs removed, minced
zucchini, halved lengthwise and sliced
yellow bell pepper, cut into chunks
red bell pepper, cut into chunks
freshly ground black pepper to taste
Yum! A great vegetable side with a kick! My husband who isn't the veggie-lover that I am raved, bc he adores anything spicy ;) My only change was omitting the butter, to try and cut a bit of fat. The dish didn't suffer following this omission, deelish!!! Thanks for sharing Anna
very green tasting. cook zucchini longer, or add something saucy.
On the surface this looks like nothing new or special. But try adding this bit of jalapeno! It gave a ho-hum sautéed zucchini new life and zip. It, with the addition of red and yellow peppers , really made this pop.
Easy-peasy, fresh, flavorful side. Prepared as written, perfect as is with a bit of sea salt to finish. Great summer side for just about any grilled meat. Thanks for sharing your recipe, I'll use this often.
Delicious! My only change was not using yellow peppers as I had none. I love the small kick from the jalapeño. So easy but tasty. Thanks, Anna!
This recipe is very simple and delicious but I did change it from the original. I did not put any peppers or onion but added mushrooms but it still came out delicious.
I tried this recipe slightly modified tonight, it was awesome. I ate it with a piece of fried chicken. I halved the recipe omitting the yellow pepper, and just used a medium sized green pepper and 3 yellow Snackum peppers from my garden. I didn't use the jalapeno pepper because I didn't grow any this year, instead I used a Big Green Serrano. Didn't use a shallet, substituted with a sweet onion. Didn't have paprika so didn't use it either, but other than that it was as above. I rate this dish about a 5 out of 5, it tasted awesome with a piece of fried Chicken.
This recipe would probably work great with one of each, a zucchini and a squash of the 2 inch Dia size equally well, might try it next time. I included a pic of my meal, it's the blue bowl with white background. I also ignored the time to cook part, and just cooked it till I thought it was done. I stirred it up a lot with a wooden spoon; as it cooked on medium heat. I'm not sure why anna32182 didn't include what heat setting she uses, but by reading the reviews, it would probably have helped her rating, such as this review: "very green tasting. cook zucchini longer, or add something saucy.—parodies" I only used Organic vegetables fresh picked from my garden, I am sure it improved the taste.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Garlic Vegetable Saute
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 60
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