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Monday, May 11, 2015

Vegetable Enchiladas with Pumpkin Sauce #UCRecipe

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This I made for my husband, since he can not have tomato so can not have tomato based sauce too , so made pumpkin sauce and put vegetables in it and served him so he can have at least some variation in his diet. Its the same vegetables but treated differently and it makes a difference.

Its the same way as this sauce, nothing fancy, just making it to little easy for him to give some variation in diet. Because i know how boring it is to eat same food again and again.

Ingredients for sauce :

2 cups of chopped yellow pumpkin
1 red capsicum  chopped
1 carrot chopped
salt and pepper as needed

Method :

Heat a pan, add two cups of water in it.
Boiled it, then add pumpkin in it and cook it, when its more than half done, add carrot in it and cook till its done. then add capsicum and cover it. It will cook in boiling water.
Let it cool down , puree it.
Heat up again in same pan, add salt and pepper in it and boiled down extra water in it.
Sauce is ready, you can use this for pasta, Mexican dishes or even for pizza sauce.

For Stuffing

2 Whole wheat tortillas
1/2 each red and green capsicum chopped
1 carrot chopped
1 tbsp. olive oil
Salt and Black pepper as per taste
Pinch of Taco Seasoning
Any grated hard cheese

Method:

In a pan, add oil in it, add vegetables and cook for minute or two.
Add salt, black pepper and taco seasoning.
When Stuffing is cold, put in it tortillas and close it with toothpick.
Add sauce and cheese on top and bake it till cheese melted.
Serve it hot with guacamole and chips


Hearth & Soul HopLink up your recipe of the weekExtra Veg - Hosted by Veggie Desserts May 2015

http://www.amummytoo.co.uk/tag/recipeoftheweek/
#ExtraVeg Food Blog Challenge - May 2015 | VEGGIE DESSERTS,Helen at Fuss Free Flavours (http://fussfreeflavours.com/extra-veg/) and to Michelle at Utterly Scrummy (http://utterlyscrummy.blogspot.co.uk/p/extra-veg.html)

21 comments:

  1. this is something interesting

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  2. lovely sauce Linsy, your hubby must be happy.

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  3. What a great unique Mexican recipe. I am really hungry now.

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  4. Love the sound of that pumpkin sauce, would never have though of it;-)

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  5. Looks delicious, thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop.

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  7. Thank looks delicious. I'm doing konya künefe dessert.

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