You may come across a situation when a dear one of yours in the family or in your relatives hates vegetables. And you may wish to persuade him to start eating vegetables keeping in view the nutritional value associated with them. Some tips may help you out to do so.
You may add veggies to the foods loved by the vegetable haters. As an instance you may layer zucchini slices, cooked carrots or chopped spinach into lasagna. You may also add veggies to an omelet or stir broccoli florets into cheese or macaroni.
You may also try adding vegetables to the soups such as carrots to the chicken noodle soup or green beans to minestrone.
The vegetables can also be added to salads. You may make a salad with vegetables including grated carrots, green beans, radishes, cucumber, tomato, onions, jicama, and cauliflower florets.
People who don’t like cooked vegetables may be served with raw vegetables as the flavor of raw veggies is milder and the texture is also crispy.
You may put chopped vegetables in spaghetti or pizza which is mostly liked by all. You may use vegetables such as eggplant, celery, carrots, onions or broccoli for this purpose.
You may also try vegetables for such people in the form of mixed fruit and vegetable juice. It can be made by blending juice of vegetables and mixing the same with fruit juices such as mango, orange or tangerine juice.
Interested in learning how to cook? Got some skills to share? Check out the cooking classes and instructors on HeyKiki and find the perfect class for you, in your neighborhood. If you’re interested in cultivating your taste in good company, log in and connect. You can even create your own profile.
If cooking isn’t your thing, but you’re interested in building community, the opportunities are endless. Whether it’s tennis or punk rope, cinematography or palmistry, you can find the perfect practice buddy today.