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A great way to make sure you’re getting the vitamins and minerals your body needs is to eat the rainbow. Eating a mixture of different colored vegetables, like in this stir-fry, will help you do that. This dish will give you two of your 5-a-day. Of course, feel free to use whatever vegetables you have in the refrigerator – this is a great dish for using up leftovers too!
This is a fantastic midweek meal. Once you’ve made this a few times you can add other simple ingredients, such as baby spinach, chopped arugula leaves, or fresh or frozen peas, to your basic tomato sauce to completely transform it. JAMIE’S TOP TIP It’s important to season the cooking water with salt before you start so that the pasta can absorb it as it cooks.
Center for Ecoliteracy - Cooking with California Food This flavorful, easy-to-make pizza topping reflects two of summer’s colorful vegetables—okra and corn. Any color corn may be used.
Cooking with California Food