Vegetable Relish

Vegetable Relish

  • Servings: 4
  • Time: 25 minutes
  • Difficulty: easy
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We have our favorite Mexican restaurant that we go to for our date nights dinner, hubby and I sometimes order fish tacos, and with it comes a delicious mix of sautéed vegetable.

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I created my own spin on the dish, and guess what he said my dish tasted better, I was very happy to hear that.

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I added garlic and lemon juice, it gave it a slight of freshness, and it did taste better than the restaurant version.

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I also added white wine; and once it was reduced, the flavor was amazing.

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It is such an easy and healthy dish to make at home, and it took no time at all to prepare it, it is truly an easy side dish to make for dinner on a busy weeknights.

.2 medium size Italian zucchini

.2 large zucchini

.3 large carrots peeled

.1 cup of fresh cut green beans

.1/2 tbsp. dry basil

.1/2 tbsp. salt

.1/4 tbsp. black pepper

.3 tbsp. olive oil

.2 cloves of minced garlic

.1/2 cup alcohol free white wine

.Juice of half a lemon

Wash and dry all the vegetable.

Cut both type of zucchinis and carrots lengthwise, turn, and cut to thin sticks.

Try to cut the vegetable in to the same size, in order for it to cook at the same time, but do not fuss over it.

On high heat, heat olive oil in large sauté pan, add carrots and cook for 2-3 minutes.

Stir occasionally, add zucchini, cut green beans, salt, and cook until soft about 2-3 minutes.

Add garlic, dry basil, black pepper and cook for few seconds, add white wine, lemon juice and stir well, let it reduce uncovered for few minutes.

Serve with baked chicken or baked fish, Enjoy!

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