Vegetables should be barely covered with water. Bring water to boil (covered) then slow simmer until vegetables are tender. Microwave Very popular for vegetables as it retains the color, flavor and nutrients. Trial and error will be your guide, with microwave, as there are many variables involved. However, some guidelines will help ... The more food you put in the oven take longer to cook. Underestimating your cooking time rather than exaggerating. Undercooked foods can be cooked a little longer.
Over-cooked food is ruined. Food straight from the fridge will take longer to cook than at room temperature. All food continues to cook after being removed from the microwave. It is part of the cooking process and should be taken into account to avoid over-cooking. Stir Fry very fast method of quick frying vegetables, meat (optional) and sauces in a saucepan to make a meal. Mainly related to Asian cuisine. The key to doing well is preparation. All items to be cooked should be chopped to a size where they can cook quickly in the wok.
It is also important that the wok is heated to a high temperature, consistent. Vegetables retain their color and clarity with this type of cooking (if not overdone). Bake buff! Especially for vegetables 'root' as potatoes, turnips, carrots and beet. Cut into pieces of similar size, brush lightly with olive oil and put in a hot oven for roasting. Size of the pieces will determine the cooking time but expect at least 40 minutes. Outside is chewy, inside is moist and fluffy. Dress with sour cream and chives. Yum! Does the summer BBQ shouting something like the word barbeque? The love of a barbecue. This is primarily open flame cooking, so could apply to a campfire as well. To cook outside just changes everything about food. You will need aluminum, fire and fresh vegetables. His role of fat, cut your vegetables and put the closed packages on the grill. Be adventurous, it's really hard to mess with this! Judy Williams divides his time between being a media executive and an earth mother goddess. N Huertas Dig represents a clean, green way to grow your own food. The site covers all aspects of growing, cooking and preserving your harvest.