Cooking Tomatoes and Broccoli Stir-fried



This tomatoes and broccoli stir-fried recipe is not only quick and easy to do; it's low on calories, too!

Cooking Tomatoes and Broccoli Stir-fried


Read on to get the full recipe here.


For those who are watching their weights, this tomatoes and broccoli recipe is one to have. It's a low-calorie dish; low on saturated fats, high on nutrients, a great source of energy; and, it's very easy to do. All you need are the few ingredients below and a bit of your time to enjoy the benefits of this simple veggie recipe.

Here we go!

Ingredients in cooking tomatoes and broccoli stir-fried:
- tomatoes, cut in 8 halves (small size but not diced)
- garlic, crushed and chopped
- onions, cut in small sizes
- broccoli (frorets and stem), cut in bite-sizes
- fish sauce
- oyster sauce
- Chinese cooking wine (optional)
- powdered black pepper
- cooking oil

Steps in cooking tomatoes and broccoli stir-fried:
1. Put oil in a very hot pan.
2. Saute' garlic until it turns golden.
3. Add in the onions. Stir well.
4. When the onions soften, add the tomatoes. Stir well.
5. Let the tomatoes release its juice by lowering heat and covering the pan.
6. Allow the dish to cook for 3-5 minutes.
7. Add the broccoli. Stir well.

Cooking Tomatoes and Broccoli Stir-fried


8. Season the dish with fish sauce, a bit of oyster sauce and pepper.
9. Cover the dish to hasten the cooking of the broccoli.
10. When the broccoli changes to a more vibrant green, you know that the dish is ready. If you want a softer veggie, allow for it a few more minutes to cook.
11. Put the Chinese cooking wine last. (Half a teaspoon will do.)
12. Serve hot with a fried dish. See if you'd like my fried chicken with lemongrass recipe. (It's also a delight!)

Cooking Tomatoes and Broccoli Stir-fried


Summary:


Stir-fried Tomatoes and Broccoli


5/5 stars
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 10 minutes
Total time: 20 minutes
Calories per serving: Low calorie
Fat per serving: Low fat

Ingredients
  • Tomatoes
  • Garlic
  • Onions
  • Broccoli
  • Fish sauce
  • Oyster sauce
  • Chinese cooking wine
  • Pepper
  • Cooking oil
Cooking Directions
  1. Saute' garlic in hot pan with oil.
  2. Add in the onions.
  3. Stir well.
  4. Add the tomatoes.
  5. Stir until the tomatoes release their juices.
  6. Add broccoli.
  7. Season the dish with fish sauce and pepper.
  8. Cover the pan to allow the vegetables to cook quickly.
  9. Put half a teaspoon of Chinese cooking wine.
  10. Serve while hot.



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16 comments:

  1. sounds good. i want to try it without the fish sauce.

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  2. I love broccoli! Lately we eat this steamed to benefit from the nutrients it boasts. I would love to try this dish.

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  3. wow ang sarap iulam niyan. favorite ko may mga kamatis :)

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  4. Thanks for the dish. I'd love to encourage my kids to eat more veggies.

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  5. I love broccoli and its my favorite! This is different because broccoli is always mix with roasted beef.

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  6. I think I'm gonna like this one as it is healthy and can go with any other meals.

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  7. i love this.....vegetable all over. so healthy. will definitely try this at home.

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  8. the disk looks good but I'm not really big on broccoli... if I'm going to eat that then I'll probably leave the broccoli and eat the tomatoes instea...

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  9. fave ko brocolli! but my parents hate it. hahaha. however will still do it. as it is very easy to cook.

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  10. Sarap ng broccoli, easy to prepare dish. Magawa nga.

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  11. I love broccoli! :DD Especially when it's stir-fried! Thanks for the recipe :DD

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  12. I'll try this soon. I created my broccoli recipe too but I guess, in my recipe it's not good for everyone . hahaha anyway, thanks for sharing this recipe at least, I could try something new from using broccoli. ^^

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  13. Tasty and healthy food recipe. Very nutrias food good for kids and they will eat without any complain because of the taste.

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  14. I'm sure this is a perfect combination of that kind of recipe. Thanks for sharing it here and I hope that I cook it perfect. Do you have a stir fried chicken? I want to know on how to make it. Thank you.

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