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With vegetables…They vegetate in the vegetable drawer looking sad or you cooked them and strangely there are some left because the kids shunned them ... You can prepare: -Maud-style pie! : "a ready-made puff pastry, a whole egg whipped with cream and all your vegetables cut into small dice. I generously cover with grated cheese before baking!" The variant: quiches or muffins. -Juliette's omelet : she collects the vegetables she minces, then cooks an omelet "by adding chives, grated cheese, soy cream and almond milk". A treat for her children! -Véronique's soup and broth , who, with the same vegetables, kills two birds with one stone: "I cook the carcass of a chicken with the vegetables lying around in the fridge to make a super broth that infuses for 3 hours on Sunday afternoon. Then, I recycle the vegetables into soup the next day. " -Grated carrots from the subject matter expert, Sonia Ezgulian , who even made a book of it *: mix the carrot leftovers with almond powder and egg whites and heat in an olive oil blini pan to make carrot steaks! Another option: cook the carrots and mix them with coconut milk to obtain a smooth velvety texture.
Be inventive with the remains of your vegetables!
With the peelings ...
Give a second life to your vegetable peelings!
With meat and fish…
Leftover fish bend to our desires!
With Sunday casseroles…
A couscous can turn into a soup