If your knife skills are good and cutting into thin sticks is your game, the total time this recipe needs is less than 15 minutes. From start to finish.
- Sturdy vegetables like beets, carrots and radish cut into thin sticks.
- Fresh green like Spinach, Dill and the radish leaves. Chopped roughly. Stems and all.
- A heaped tablespoon of mayonnaise. But preferably Tartar sauce.
- Toasted seeds like flax, sesame and pumpkin.
Heat oil till its shimmering but not yet smoking. Add the vegetables and saute for about 3-4 mins on high heat. Move them to a corner and add the greens. add in batches if the pan is small. The greens will quickly wilt and make room for more.
Saute on medium heat till the greens are bright green. Move on to high heat, tilt the pan. Push everything to the top, waiting for the water to collect at the base and the high heat dries it up.
Switch off the stove. Notice that while everything is in the pan, they are not very stuck to eachother. A little grease like mayonnaise will quickly fix that. Use flavored mayonnaise like tartar sauce for much better results.
Sprinkle toasted seeds for an increased Omega kick and texture.
Eat as is or as a topping on breads.