Let's eat something nice and healthy and tasty.
Hello my friends who love rich and well-done food. This week I'm lucky to be cooking for this contest because the main protagonist is paprika. In my kitchen it can never be missing and my whole family loves it.
The paprika is used in all the stews and with it I have made rich sauces for raisins and pickles. Not to mention the antipasto to which it gives a very special flavor.
It is also known to contain a lot of vitamins and fibre, and is rich in lycopene, which has antioxidant properties. In my country they recommend red pepper to anyone with low haemoglobin and in some cases they combine it with guava for a greater effect.
Easy and simple recipe.
- green and red pepper
- an aubergine
- one handle
- 3 tablespoons of honey
- 2 tablespoons of vinegar
- one tablespoon of oil
- 3 cloves of garlic
- rosemary, salt and pepper to taste.
- Chicken broth.
Step by step.
- We seasoned the meat with garlic powder, oregano, salt and pepper. We clean very well each one of the vegetables that we are going to use and then we put everything in long and thin strips.
- Roast the vegetables on a griddle over medium heat for only 2 minutes, stretch the meat out on a board and place the strips on it.
For the dressing or glaze:
Heat the oil and add some garlic to fry until it releases all its flavor. Add the vinegar, honey, a little dry or fresh rosemary and a little chicken broth. Lower the heat, cover and let the glaze reduce for about 10 minutes.
Place the meat rolls on a griddle and roast for a few minutes on both sides, sprinkle the glaze on top and let roast for a few more minutes. Place on the plate and add a little more of the reduction on top.
I'm very happy with the result and I liked very much to see my son Fabián eating it with pleasure, besides I was able to cook a little more vegetables with some of the frosting that was left over and they were very good, I just added a little more salt and pepper.
I prepared this recipe with the intention of participating in the weekly contest of my friend @Qurator and if you are interested don't hesitate to make your recipe, publish it and upload it in the comments.