This weeks Ultimate Recipe Swap @LifeAsMom
is all about zucchini. If you have a vegetable garden than you know it's the one plant that's pretty abundant no matter what the conditions are.
Then the zucchini will grow and grow and grow...
This year has been a scorcher for us. The garden has been pretty dry and that's with twice a day watering. You would think that the zucchini would be small and shriveled. Not so my friends, not so. These green machines are plentiful once more and I have been trying to find new recipes to go with the pile that's in my fridge at the moment. I came up with this one last week. It's simple and quite yummy.
Celebrate the Feast!
|Healthy pilaf filled with garden delights...|
Garden Vegetable Pilaf
recipe by Mary Lenaburg
1/2 cup wheat berries
1/2 cup wild rice
1/2 cup brown rice
3 cups chicken or vegetable stock
1 zucinni - chopped
1 red pepper - chopped
8 oz of mushrooms - chopped
1 clove garlic (if desired)
1 tsp dried thyme
2 TBSP olive oil
Place 3 cups od stock in a pot and bring to a boil.
Place wheat berries, wild rice and brown rice in, turn down to simmer. Let it simmer while sautéing vegetables.
Place 2 TBSP olive oil in a saute pan. Put all the chopped vegetables in the pan and saute until soft. Then combine the veggies with the grains and allow the two to continue cooking together until rice is tender.
Serve with fish or grilled chicken. Yum!
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