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Spring Vegetable Medley

"From Hebron, Indiana, Edna Hoffman shares this garden-fresh side dish. Seasoned with Dijon mustard and thyme, the battered vegetables are perfect when served with seafood, poultry or beef."
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35 m servings
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  1. In a large saucepan, bring the potatoes, carrots, water and bouillon to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 10 minutes. Add the asparagus and zucchini; cover and simmer for 10 minutes or until crisp-tender. Combine the butter, mustard, thyme and salt; pour over vegetables and toss to coat.

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I'm waffling between an 3 or a 4 on this one. I think your satisfaction with the recipe is really going to depend on how well done you like your veggies. I like my zucchini and asparagus pretty ...

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Didn't have zuccini, or dijon mustard, so I substituted the dijon with spicy brown mustard. I really didn't miss the zuccini. I used regular carrots cut into 1 inch pieces instead of baby carro...

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I'm waffling between an 3 or a 4 on this one. I think your satisfaction with the recipe is really going to depend on how well done you like your veggies. I like my zucchini and asparagus pretty ...

Really liked this combination of these veggies and butter/mustard/thyme. It looked like that dressing amount wouldn't be enough for all those veggies, but it was fine. Great side dish that I wil...

Didn't have zuccini, or dijon mustard, so I substituted the dijon with spicy brown mustard. I really didn't miss the zuccini. I used regular carrots cut into 1 inch pieces instead of baby carro...

Yes, definitely a keeper. I also didn't think the butter, Dijon, thyme mixture would not be enough to sufficiently cover everything, but it was. I added a pre-browned chicken breast cut into chu...

VERY good - even my picky never eat veggies daughter really liked it. We had this with Armenian Rice Pilaf (recipe here too) and fried breaded just pulled FRESH out of the Bay Abalone steaks - t...

This recipe is good. I cut my potatoes in smaller pieces then requested in this recipe. I actual wedge cut them to be about 1/2" thick. We are not big fans of asparagus so I used fresh whole gre...

Good blend of flavors. I think next time I will use spicy brown mustard. Didn't have asparagus, but didn't miss it. My nine month old gobbled this up. Ten minutes was a bit long for the zucchini...

Yum. Used summer squash instead of zuccini, since the S.O. doesn't like zukes. Cooked the potatoes in the boullion first, removed them, then the other vegetables in order of required cooking tim...

Wows yummys realys good ^___^