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Quick Vegetable Sauté

May/June 2010

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (58 votes)

Add a little shallot and dried dill or tarragon to any mixture of frozen vegetables and have a delicious side dish on the table fast. If you’d like to make this recipe with fresh vegetables instead, cut them into bite-size pieces and add a tablespoon or two of water to the skillet when you add the vegetables; adjust the cooking time as needed.


Quick Vegetable Sauté

6 Reviews for Quick Vegetable Sauté

11/19/2015

I am not a fan of frozen vegetables but I thought I would try this recipe. I used green giant California mix frozen vegetables. I used dill not tarragon. But I found you do have to cook it a couple minutes longer then the recipe recommends. I also kept testing for doneness by tasting the carrots (I hate frozen carrots). When the veggies were done and plated I drizzled some olive oil over the veggies. Awesome!! I give this recipe 5 stars.

Simple and easy
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11/19/2015

I am not a fan of frozen vegetables but I thought I would try this recipe. I used green giant California mix frozen vegetables. I used dill not tarragon. But I found you do have to cook it a couple minutes longer then the recipe recommends. I also kept testing for doneness by tasting the carrots (I hate frozen carrots). When the veggies were done and plated I drizzled some olive oil over the veggies. Awesome!! I give this recipe 5 stars.

Simple and easy
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11/19/2015

I am not a fan of frozen vegetables but I thought I would try this recipe. I used green giant California mix frozen vegetables. I used dill not tarragon. But I found you do have to cook it a couple minutes longer then the recipe recommends. I also kept testing for doneness by tasting the carrots (I hate frozen carrots). When the veggies were done and plated I drizzled some olive oil over the veggies. Awesome!! I give this recipe 5 stars.

Simple and easy
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08/21/2013
Anonymous
Tastey!

I made this with tarragon and it was fantastic. There's no reason to eat plain veggies ever again. The mix of shallot and tarragon was perfect, just make sure to

quick, simple, few ingredients
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04/08/2012
Anonymous
ok

this vegetable saute was easy to make and cook, but no one ate it.some of the vegetables didn't go well together.overall, i give this recipe a half star.

easy to make
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