Vegetables are one of those foods that people either love or hate. But if you remove vegetables from your diet, you will miss the most health-promoting food group on the planet. Vegetables are the powerhouses of fiber and antioxidants. So what should a veggie-hater do? Here are some tips that will help you in including vegetables in your daily diet, by making them more tastier.
You can begin by adding veggies to the dishes you love. You can use broccoli florets in macaroni and cheese or toss whatever you like tomatoes spinach or asparagus into a normal omelette or quesadilla. Try veggies in soup or sneak them into spaghetti or pizza. Most people like spaghetti and pizza, which makes them a good place to sneak in some vegetables.
Drink your vegetables - there are several options for good veggie juices in the market. Veggie juices blend pretty well too. You can create your own juice by blending carrot juice with orange. Another interesting option is to grill the vegetables, before grilling the vegetables just brush veggies lightly with olive oil and you will be amazed at how great grilled veggies taste, reported indiainteracts.
This citizen journalist asked some meat eaters about adding veggies to their diet. They said that, "If the dish is cooked properly and tastes good then they don't have any problem in having food which includes veggies." Ashim Sunam, who loves his meat dishes said, “The combination needs to be right and if cooked properly it can be better than meat alone. I do not like various vegetables like raddish, sarsoo ka sag but if it is mixed with chicken, I get the taste of delicious chicken.”
He also talked about the nutritional value of the dish and said that, “The quality and quantity of the non-veg dish also increases, when mixed with some vegetables.” You can also use some low-fat cheese to make your veg food more interesting. Try these fun and easy ways to include more vegetables into your diet. Many people might not like it, but they should not judge it without experiencing the mixing magic.