Thursday, November 17, 2011

Veggie Soufflé

Veggie Soufflé 
is another of my easy, healthy comfort food recipes. 

I couldn't even wait to take a bite, I had to start during the photo session! 

You'll need a food processor to whip this one up in a hurry. It will take longer if you chop by hand but you certainly can do it that way too. 

I never measure on this one. Choose the veggies you love. Here's what's in this version:
1 large carrot
2 medium zucchini
1 red bell pepper
~1/2 cup broccoli florets 
1 medium onion

7 eggs (you could put more)
1/4 cup vegetable oil of your choice
salt to taste (1/2 tsp)
pepper few shakes
cayenne pepper to taste (optional of course)
oregano (OR dill)
tumeric (just a shake will do)

All the veggies in the food processor, the hard ones first, then the soft ones.
Veggies into a big mixing bowl.
Add the eggs, oil, seasoning and pour into a greased 10" quiche pan (or what ever you have!)

Bake in a medium oven for about 25 minutes until you have some golden color on the top. 

You could add cheese to this, or melt cheese on it later.

Choose your veggies according to a color theme.
Here are some ideas or other combinations I've used (onion in them all):
spinich, broccoli, corn
tomato, zucchini, olive
yellow pepper, red pepper, zucchini
mushroom, corn, broccoli

Did I say YUM? Yum!
Aunt Laya

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