Colorful Vegetable Saute

Colorful Vegetable Saute

"This fresh-tasting mixture is so pretty and tasty--and a great way to enjoy your garden's bounty. A sprinkling of toasted sesame seeds adds a pleasant crunch to the savory saute. I love to cook and find that trying out new recipes for my large collection is one of my favorite 'jobs'!"
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15 m servings
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  1. In a large skillet, saute peppers, zucchini and carrots in oil for 5 minutes. Add cabbage, salt and pepper; saute 1 minute longer. Combine vinegar and water; pour over the vegetables. Saute 3 minutes more. Sprinkle with sesame seeds; cook and stir for 1 minute.

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This recipe was really good actually. Very nice and colorful with good flavor. I did not add the red cabbage because I did not have any. Instead I used red onion. For regular salt I substituted ...

The vinegar adds a nice touch to a saute. I was pleased with how well the vegetables tasted. I don't like vinegar taste, so I was hesitant to use it. But it was a great addition to make the f...

This was pretty good as directed. I made a lot and did find out you need to serve immediately for the best flavor. I used the leftovers the next night by sauteing one fresh minced garlic clove...

This was very good! I didn't have any red cabbage, but the dish didn't seem to suffer for the lack of it. We served it over whole wheat rotini and provided spaghetti sauce and freshly grated...

This is one of the prettiest things I have every prepared, with all its colors. I loved the crunch of the vegetables but didn't find the taste very exciting.

Beautiful to look at, but slightly bland tasting. I used the white wine vinegar, but I think the cider vinegar would have went better.

Loved this~ I added chicken to and put it over rice for a nice main dish.

Very nice. I did not have sesame, and did not find it necessary to add water. Added yellow summer squash. Pretty and healthy with all those veggies and nice flavor combination.

Very good!I didn't julienne the vegetables, but it still came out great!

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