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Veggies galore! Try delicious veggie fritters for a meal that can be be prepared in advance.
6 June 2016
•1 min read
These patties can be prepared in advance and frozen.
Nothing beats using your own fresh produce or materials around the house. If you’re missing a thing or two, tick the items you need to add to your shopping list.
2 sweet potatoes (chopped)
½ cup grated carrot
½ cup grated beetroot
½ cup grated zucchini
½ cup finely chopped broccoli
A handful of chopped continental parsley and basil
Salt and pepper
Preheat oven to 180˚C.
Heat a large pot of water over high heat and bring to the boil. Steam chopped sweet potato and cook until soft.
Add to a large bowl: steamed sweet potato, grated carrot, grated beetroot, grated zucchini, finely chopped broccoli, continental parsley and basil, salt and pepper.
Add egg and mix until combined.
Roll combined mixture into approximately 15 palm-sized patties and flatten slightly.
Fry or bake patties before serving.
Recipe from Healthy Liver by Dr Cris Beer, available from Rockpool Publishing.
An expert in nutritional medicine, Dr Cris Beer specialises not just in the prevention and treatment of illnesses, but in the attaining of optimum health.
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