sautè supper

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Vegetables sautè really well in those new ceramic-lined pans. But a standard non-stick pan works too, of course. You do need a generous glug of olive oil, though. If you’re too health conscious, the veg ends up boiled in its own water rather than fried.

The classic combo for me is pepper, courgettes, onion and potato. I cut them quite small and sautè in the ceramic pan until the potato is cooked, about 10 minutes. I stir more or less all the time! I add salt and pepper right from the start. A few fresh herbs towards the end are nice.

This is a supper dish for us… we pile the plates pretty high and eat with bread and cheeses.

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