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Zucchini Meatballs are a delicious vegetarian twist on the classic. They’re packed with flavour and made with grated zucchini, breadcrumbs, onion, garlic, and herbs. Serve them with pasta, in a sub, or on their own for a tasty and nutritious meal! Zucchini Meatballs are as fulfilling as the original version and are only made of zucchini, breadcrumbs, garlic, and onions. They are baked in the oven and barely use any oil for an extra healthy bite. I saw this recipe in many places online, but most of them only contain zucchini. For this particular recipe, I’ve done vegetarian meatballs with extra onion, garlic, and flat-leaf parsley for extra flavour. Zucchini’s Water Zucchinis are often underrated; their taste is mild because they contain so much water, which is 95% of the veggie, and their texture is soft and mushy as soon as you cook them. For this recipe, we’ll cook the…

Pho Bo with Spinach and Shiitake is similar to authentic Vietnamese soup but with some extra crunchy spinach and shiitake mushrooms to give it a little twist. It is an aromatic soup served with hot bone broth, rice noodles and loads of veggies. Pho Vietnamese soups are a delicious, delicate and unique dish, but adding a few extras like spinach and shiitakes makes it a touch more special. The traditional pho bo soup contains a few pieces of thinly sliced beef swimming in a clear but aromatic broth with noodles and scallions. This Pho Bo with Spinach and Shiitake version is slightly simplified but has extra veggies and no cilantro. The Broth The tricky part of this soup is keeping the broth clear, see-through, and not blurry, although fully packed in flavour. Here are fun critical steps to a straightforward yet powerful broth: Pre-boil the bones and rinse them before starting…

This Dip for Artichokes is an easy breezy lime, basil and butter sauce; it elevates each steamed Artichoke leaf to another level until its tender heart! The way my dad showed me how to eat artichokes when I was a kid stays my favourite. I steam them, add a citrus-basil butter sauce to dip each leaf in, and then the “piece de consistency,” the delicious and tender heart. Splendide this Basil Lime Dip for Artichokes! A Flower Veggie Artichokes are flower buds cut out just before blooming; being one of the only few comestible flowers we eat along with zucchini flowers, broccoli and cauliflower. There are about 140 varieties, from small purple ones to big massive ones. In Spain, they grow all year long, although there are high seasons which are in spring and fall. You’ll see them in many restaurants, cut simply in half and cooked directly on the grill…

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