Veggies in olive oil. TIPS – Preserving Vegetables in Olive Oil. You can grill them, roast them, or blanch them. Whatever veggie you decide to preserve- just make sure the olive oil marinade completely covers the cooked veggies.
No words on how delicious these are. Did I mention low card too! Frying veggies doesn't just make them more delicious-it actually makes them healthier than boiling them in water. You can have Veggies in olive oil using 9 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Veggies in olive oil
- Prepare of hard boiled eggs.
- Prepare of raw egg.
- You need of Green peppers (not hot).
- It’s of Champion mushrooms.
- Prepare of Brussels sprouts.
- Prepare of Tomatoes.
- You need of olive oil.
- Prepare of flour.
- Prepare of Salt.
These are the findings of a most excellent new study out of Frying in extra-virgin olive oil raised the levels of phenols in the food, because extra phenols are transferred from the oil itself. Frying in Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) improves the chemical compounds present in the vegetables, reveals a new study. Also, EVOO transfers phenols to the vegetables, enhancing the latter with oil-exclusive chemical compounds that are not naturally present in raw vegetables, the researchers. Compared with other vegetable oils, olive oil has a pretty low smoke point. culinaryarts.about.com.
Veggies in olive oil instructions
- Cook the brussels sprouts in salted water till almost ready. Roll them in flour and then in mixed raw eggs and fry them in a pan in hot olive oil..
- Fry the green peppers (in one piece) in the hot olive oil. Also do the same with the tomatoes. (Take off the peel of both of them after they are fried and peels come off easy)..
- Slice the mushrooms into thin slices and also fry them in hot olive oil..
- Salt everything and serve them with cooked eggs and bread..
But anything hotter than that and you'll end up with over-charred, bitter vegetables. Since olive oil is used so extensively in Mediterranean cuisine, the researchers decided to take a closer look at what really happens when vegetables are cooked. There is a common assumption that less oil is better when cooking, and that vegetables are healthiest when raw (or closest to a raw state). If you don't have veggie oil, I suggest you just use melted margarine or butter. This will be better tasting in a cake recipe.