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Ways of Processing Vegetables
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ways of processing vegetables
by dev

Proper processing of vegetables is crucial when it comes to preserving their nutritional value. Among a variety of methods of processing these products, there are those that can be singled out. As far as it is recommended to consume vegetables not less than five times a week, awareness of the processing methods may help you enjoy the taste of meals each time you cook them. Some of the most popular processing options are provided below.

 

Steaming

 

Steaming is, probably, one of the most popular methods of processing vegetables. It enjoys popularity with vegetarians and those people, who are fond of the healthy way of life. Steaming helps preserve vitamins and microelements the vegetables are rich in. Apart from that, vegetables cooked in this way, preserve their natural color. They contain less fat and are lighter as compared to vegetables cooked in other ways.

 

Stewing

 

Stewing implies frying a product in oil with the consequent water addition. Stewed vegetables are cooked in a frying pan or a pot under the lid for 10-15 minutes depending upon the type of the product you are going to cook. Among the vegetables that are ideal for stewing, celery, carrots, potatoes, and leafy greens are the first to be mentioned.

 

Roasting

 

Roasting is another popular method of processing vegetables. It helps preserve the maximum amount of nutrients that can be lost in other situations. Before roasting a vegetable, you should chop it first and then put it into a bowl. Then you should add a few drops of olive oil, onion, garlic, pepper, salt and spices you like. Having done that, put the vegetables on a baking pan and roast them in the oven until they are ready.

 

Grilling

 

The popularity of grilling as a vegetable processing method keeps growing nowadays. And it is no wonder, because grilled vegetables do not only taste great, but they also have a perfect and appetizing look. This method especially works great with mushrooms, peppers, zucchini etc. Before grilling the vegetables, it is required to sprinkle them with oil first and then to place them on the grill.

 

Stir-Frying

 

Stir-frying implies frying the vegetables in a deep frying pan or a pot with oil for about several minutes. The main aspects to be kept in mind is that you should keep stirring the vegetables in the process of trying to help them preserve the maximum amount of nutrients.

 

Now that you are aware of the major methods of processing vegetables, it is up to you to decide, which one will meet your need in the best way possible. Regardless of the choice, you will make, the result will exceed your expectations and the meals will be tasty and healthy!

 

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