DC asked in Food & DrinkVegetarian & Vegan · 1 decade ago

Other than boiling vegtbls (carrot/peas/greenbeans/broccoli/cauliflower), what are the ways of preparing them?

currying them might be an option, but what are other ways?

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  • Brook
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago
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    steam them

    stir fry them

    bake them

    broil them

    grill them

    mash them

    bread them

    deep fry them

    marinate them

    eat them raw

    use them in a casserole

    make a soup

    make a stew

    make a chili

    make a gumbo

    make a sandwich

    make a pizza

    make a salad

    make a specific dish, such as eggplant parmesan or potatoes au gratin

    And of course there are many, many more.

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  • Roz
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    You could do Chinese Stir Fry and cook them in a pan with a little "Pam Spray" (substitute for oil) which would still make it healthy, but would better retain the vitamins in the food. When you boil the vegetables alot of the nutrients gets boiled out.

    I'm 3rd generation Chinese and stir fry/saute' retains more of the nutrients in the vegetables. You can add some ginger of garlic with them as either of them would give it a nice flavor.

    If you do try stir fry, you might want to try Chinese Bok Choy, which you can find in almost any grocery store. It is full of great vitamins. My grandmother used to cook Bok Choy all the time. When she had a stroke in her late 70's, my Mom taught me how to stir fry the Bok Choy and a little flank steak sliced thinly along with rice for her to eat while my Mom was at work.

    You can even cut up an onion and throw it in as it will add more flavor, too.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Here are some ways my family of 6 enjoys them (2 meat eaters and 4 vegans)

    Fat Free and Fabulous French Fries http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=310

    Broccoli Bisque http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=712

    Super Sourdough Sandwich http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=603

    Chinese Cabbage Salad http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=1292

    Roasted Broccoli http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=948

    Roasted Cauliflower http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=797

    Alphabet Soup http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=1642

    Fruity Smoothie http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=315 (you add spinach or greens)

    Rice & Veggie Wrap http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=796

    Twice Baked Potatoes http://www.theveggiegal.com/blog/?p=1165

    good luck finding what you like

    Kim

    The Veggie Gal

    Source(s): www.theveggiegal.com
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  • 1 decade ago

    Steaming/ grilling.

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  • 1 decade ago

    you could roast them, stir fry them, steam them whatever you want :)

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You can fry, microwave, or bake them, too.

    Source(s): Vegetarian
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  • 1 decade ago

    stir fry them. =]

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  • 1 decade ago

    Stir-fry them with chicken, beef, pork, or shrimp.

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