What's better than eating a lot of veggies? Eating a variety of veggies!
Having various colors in your diet is an easy way to increase variety in your meals- red, green, yellow, orange, white, etc. Using these colorful ingredients can not only make the dish appealing to the eyes, but will also help you get a broad range of nutrients.
To eat more veggies, salad isn't your only solution! Cooking veggies reduces the volume and makes it easier to eat more.
Try our Slow-cooked Vegetable Stew:
Here is the recipe:
1 medium sweet potato
2 medium carrots
2 medium onions
1 cup green beans
1 bell pepper
2 cups cauliflowers
1 can tomatoes (crushed)
2 cups vegetables stock or broth
salt and pepper (to taste)
Peel and chop sweet potato, carrots, and onions. Chop green beans and bell pepper.
In a slow cooker, place all the chopped vegetables, 1 can tomatoes (crushed), and vegetable stock. Cover and cook on low heat for 8 to 10 hours. Use salt and pepper to your taste.
While the stew is cooking, steam 2 cups cauliflowers.
Serve the stew with cauliflowers on top.