Courgette and Corn Fritter……………….Who can say no to a freshly made – vegetarian, dairy free(without the sour cream topping) and a gluten free fritter? Part of going healthy on our restaurant, I am revising this classic corn fritter to a much healthier version by using little gluten free flour (rice flour) and loading up with some courgettes and other healthy vegetables…………..Did you know that courgettes is very rich in vitamin C, and we all know that our body needs a lot of vitamin C during the day to help us protect from some serious diseases. By adding this healthy courgettes in your diet, You might decrease the risk of having some cancers such as gallbladders, heart disease and stroke to name a few…….Eating healthy vegetables is a must to everyone’s diet. .. Do you eat vegetables?
Ingredients: no exact measurements as you can add any vegetables you want.
-Corns, eggs, gf flour, salt and pepper, courgettes, onions, chopped capsicum, thyme and rosemary little g flour
-combine all ingredients together, in a hot Teflon pan, pour in olive oil and fry in both sides
-you may serve tomato sauce or relish and sour cream on the side. yumm!!!
Stir-fry…………One of the most common dish we have here in my home. Usually if we wanted a quick way to eat your favorite vegetables, we go for stir-fry. Actually you can cook any vegetable you want, a combination of broccoli, carrots, beans and capsicum plus a shrimp will be heaven. Our rules at home, if we cook a veggie, it should be paired with a fried fish. So I paired this vegetable with a simple fried fish……………….Did you know that vegetables are home for many antioxidants that; firstly, help body protect from oxidant stress, diseases and cancers, and secondly, help body develop capacity to fight against these by boosting immunity……
Ingredients: serves 4-6 persons
- 2 tbsp oil
- 3 cloves garlic
- 1 medium white onions
- 8-10 pcs shrimps
- 1 pc carrots sliced
- 4 pcs mushrooms sliced
- 1 pc chayote
- 10 pcs green beans
- 1 small capsicum cut in strips
- 2 tbsp oyster sauce
- 1 tbsp soy sauce
- 1 tbsp cornstarch dissolve in 1.5 cup water
- salt & pepper to taste
- fish sauce to adjust taste
- In a wok, heat oil and saute garlic and onions. add in shrimps then saute for 2 minutes then add the rest of the vegetables ingredients.
- In a bowl, combine oyster sauce, soy sauce, cornstarch and water. stir well and pour over to vegetables little by little until you reach your desired sauce thickness.
- Serve hot.