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Cooking Vegetables Without Water With AMC Premium Cookware

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Do you know that Capsicum, or Bell Pepper as commonly known, is an excellent source of vitamin C and also gives us with a wide range of antioxidants? Here's a healthy way of cooking these vegetables in just minutes using the AMC Premium Cookware, retaining their natural juices and nutrients.

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These Healthy Garden Greens in Colourful Bell Peppers with Pan-Seared Prawns are not just aesthetically appealing to the eyes, but also packed a punch of vitamins. So power up your immune system with this pretty party dish!

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Ingredients:
3 large Prawns
3 Capsicums / Bell peppers
9 Baby carrots
3 big Shitake mushrooms
100g Australian broccoli
1 tbsp Butter
1 tbsp Japanese Sesame Salad Dressing

Method:
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  • Gently scrape off the carrot skin ( personal preference). Rinse.
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  • Rinse and cut up broccoli into florets and stems into cubes.
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  • Rinse and cut off top of bell peppers, about ¼. Remove core.
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  • Cut about 2 slices from the bell pepper caps, and dice.
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  • Rinse mushrooms and slice them up. Clean prawns, and butter both the ingredients.
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  • Hook on the Audiotherm to the AMC Multi-talent 20 cm, 2.3 L Pot. Set the Visiotherm to " carrot " window to heat the pot on high.
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  • Audiotherm will beep when cooking temperature reaches the 80°C vegetable window. Lower heat and put the dripping wet bell peppers into the pot. Cover and set the Visiotherm to " carrot " window again.
  • When Audiotherm beeps, transfer bell peppers to serving plate.
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  • Throw the rest of the dripping wet vegetables into pot, with the mushrooms on top. Set the Visiotherm to " carrot " window.
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  • Your veg is ready when the Audiotherm beeps! Look at how nice the vegetables turned out!
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  • Drizzle salad dressing, mix well and remove from pot.
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  • Set the Visiotherm to " steak " window to heat the pot on high.
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  • Put in the buttered prawns to pan fry when Audiotherm beeps and lower the heat. Flip prawns when the colours turn pinkish. Your prawns are ready when the they turn opaque.
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  • Divide the veggies into 3 parts and put them into the bell peppers, and place your prawns on the veggies. Your Healthy Garden Greens in Colourful Bell Peppers with Pan-Seared Prawns are ready to party!
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If you like it chilled, you can put the veggies into the AMC Combi Bowl with Cover Seal and refrigerate. Simply transfer to the serving cups and serve them chilled when your guests arrive!

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Tips:
The cooking time for fresh vegetables depends on couple of factors such as the type, thickness and quantity. Although vegetables are usually cooked waterless in AMC, vegetables that do not have enough moisture like the potatoes will require the addition of water.

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The benefits of cooking vegetables without water will mean that they will not lose their natural goodness and nutrients. When preparing food the AMC way, very little seasoning is necessary as the natural flavour of the food is retained.

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Capsicums are often used raw in salads, or stir fry in other dishes. I enjoy eating capsicums, and love using them as serving cups because of their vibrant colours which is great for jazzing up a party dish. Below are few of my favourite recipes using these colourful bell peppers:

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54 comments:

  1. Love the colours. Very healthy dish.

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  2. Gosh!!! So nice to see - flavours and the vibrancy.

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  3. And so visually appealing! With no loss of nutrients whatsoever. I can imagine (your) guests going into "oohs and aahs" when you serve them. Drooling here.:)

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  4. This cooker is amazing like that the food looks in tact and delicious this recipe I need to try and do for a party is look so well presented.

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  5. Interesting!

    And your dish look so pretty!

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  6. Delicious and beautiful recipe!!!! I love the result!!!
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  7. Seems nice to have that cooker. The dish looks delicious.

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  8. That looks so darn good! I think I am going to have to try this! I just love peppers and the other veggies x

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  9. This cooking system really make s things easy huh :)

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  10. Wow this looks delicious! I love the presentation too :)

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  11. Looks delicious, thanks for sharing!! <3

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  12. look very delicious
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  13. It looks so yummy!
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  14. Colorful and good for you. I like that!

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  15. this look so good. Plus it healthy for you.

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  16. I love stuffing peppers! This recipe looks very delicious!! :)

    RedLip&Love

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  17. I love your recipes, Shirley. This one looks so healty and light. Have a great rest of the week!

    Jasmine xx

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  18. Loving the presentation!

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  19. I love when my veggies are crunchy! This looks so delicious!! Great cookware.
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  20. What a creative way to present the food Shirley!

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  21. Shirley, this is amazing, and it is so much healthier to cook vegetables without water! Water often cooks the good vitamins and health benefits right out of the vegetables. Beautiful photos and demonstration.

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  22. Oh you're so lucky to have this cooking system! I've always wanted to try a system like this or an air fryer but we don't have the space in our kitchen! (And our storage cupboards are pretty full) Love how the food is processed with less/no oil and sauces! Love the colorful vegetables and how pretty the pepper cups look! I would totally dig into those Shirley!

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  23. Wow..another creations..yummy healthy food!!
    Thanks Shirley and lovely post.

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  24. Great idea!
    thx for sharing!
    xoxo

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  25. Yum Yum! Your bell pepper veg looks so enticing.

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  26. I love the exposition of colours! They always say the more colours in our vegetable meal, the more vitamins it means. This dish looks fantastic and I'm sure it is healthy too!!!! Furthermore, I'm sure it is tasty. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

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  27. Looking healthy and delicious!
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  28. OMG!! Please send all of the three capsicum with prawns to Penang..i wanna 'devour' it..nom nom nom

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  29. Nice post as always! :)
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  30. What beautiful colours! That's certainly "eating the rainbow". :-)

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  31. What a sensational vegetable dish!

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  32. very well presented, very healthy and delicious!

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  34. This looks really, really delicious! I totally agree the presentation is absolutely beautiful too

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  36. very presentable and healthy option :)

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  37. A wonderful dish - brilliant concept! I've never tried stuffed peppers before, however these images certainly make them seem more tempting :)

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  38. I love to eat capsicums (all colours) and all the veges here with the prawns. Will definitely go for this cookware if I cook.

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  39. Awesome work mama Shirley, btw, you should be clean the whole veggies first before peeling or cut it into pieces....
    Simply damn delicious!!!
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    1. Of course, I did! Hahaha! You've probably missed the word 'rinse', Dedy. Can't imagine anyone not cleaning their capsicums before cutting. Lol!

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  40. I love this cookware for cooking vegetables without water and so less oil.

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  41. what a creative way to use them bell peppers hehe :D

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  42. Wow how nicely presented, it would be lovely to serve at a party or a dinner!

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  43. it looks healthy and mouth watering.

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  44. This, I love. Such a beautiful dish. ^.^

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  45. This is so amazing to let them cook naturally with its aroma at the best.
    I used to have Greek neighbours who often cooked everything stuffed inside bell peppers and baked them till brown and fragrant. I could imagine yours is similar or better!

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  46. It looks delicious!
    Have a great day!
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