Lemon Pepper Veggies

Lemon Pepper Veggies

Alright, I’m about to show you all something so easy that I feel kind of silly even posting this. I can’t NOT send it though, because, well, this has become one of my favorite foods and no, it doesn’t even contain chocolate or sugar. I’m about to show you how to take a boring paper bag of frozen vegetables and turn them in to something that you will enjoy. Yes, actually. Vegetables. That tastes fine. Weird, isn’t it?

Lemon Pepper Veggies
Lemon Pepper Veggies

I am addicted to that steam in the bag frozen veggies, other than kind of freak me out at the same time. I’m not sure how healthy it is to be microwaving that plastic bag and letting your foods roast in all those chemical, but man, they are so quick and easy to use. If you have a serious aversion to fast, easy, chemical-leaching food, just go ahead and roast your veggies a different way. Steam them, boil them, and microwave them in a glass basin, whatever. Me, I’ll stick to the steam in bag veggies and pretend that the more eyeball I’m growing is pretty.

 

All you need is a 12 ounce bag of ice-covered vegetables (I prefer a mix of broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots, but you could probably do this with just about. Cook your frozen veggies however you like. While they are cooking, get out a bowl large enough to fit them all in and add in one tablespoon of cooking oil. Let the butter soften up a bit on the counter or pop it in the microwave for a few second.

Lemon Pepper Veggies
Lemon Pepper Veggies

Dump your cooked vegetables into the bowl right on top of the butter and sprinkle the top with some lemon pepper excitement. I more often than not sprinkle on a couple of teaspoons, then stir it all up to distribute the butter and sprinkle on some more seasoning and mix it again. I probably utilize about one tablespoon of lemon pepper seasoning. Oh, man. These veggies taste so fine. Lemon just really brightens up the flavor of the vegetables and bring it all to life. Mm. Mammy! Yum. You can make this using some amount of vegetables, just adjust the butter and seasoning to your liking. Now, go make it. That’s an arrange.

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