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Sauteed Vegetables

Many people think raw vegetables are more nutritious than cooked, but that's not the case. Cooking vegetables breaks down the plants' cell walls, releasing more of the nutrients bound to those cell walls. Cooked vegetables supply more antioxidants, including beta-carotene, lutein, and lycopene, than they do when raw. Sauteed vegetables goes well as sides.

Prep time: 5 mins Cook time: 10 mins Total time: 15 mins



Olive oil 1 tbsp

Garlic (minced) 3 large cloves

Sesame seeds (roasted) 2 tsp

French beans (blanched) 200 gms

Carrots (cut into 1-inch stick and blanch) 2 small

Salt and Black pepper powder to taste 


In a non-stick frying pan heat up the olive oil and add the garlic,  fry it for a minute then add the blanched beans and carrot, season it with salt and pepper, saute it on high flame for few minutes. 

Once you feel the vegetables are cooked enough sprinkle the sesame seeds and serve hot.

Note :

Here I have used only beans and carrots, you can use as many vegetables you want of your choice😊.

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