Let’s make pumpkin stew! A vegetable like pumpkin is hard to overestimate. It is rich in vitamins A, C, B, B2, E, PP, T. It contains 5 times more carotene than carrots. It is also rich in fiber and minerals.
Pumpkin must be present in the diet of everyone who cares about health. Its use contributes to:
But not everyone knows how to cook it properly.
Let’s fix the situation and learn how to cook pumpkin stew. This dish can be prepared at any time of the year, using both fresh vegetables and frozen ones.
Pumpkin stew is a dish that you can experiment with. You can safely add zucchini, eggplant, cabbage and even meat to it!
During baking in the oven, vegetables will lose some of their moisture and settle well. The baking process must be controlled by periodically mixing the contents. The ingredients should remain whole and not turn into porridge. Pumpkin-based stew can be served hot or cold, as an main dish or as a garnish for meat, fish. In any case, it is very fragrant and insanely delicious.
Pumpkins appeared on Earth about 5 thousand years ago, and by now there are more than 50 varieties of it.
Thanks to the vitamins A and E contained in the pumpkin, it effectively fights the signs of aging.
Pumpkin also contains vitamin T, which helps the body absorb heavy foods, making it a great garnish.
Thanks to the record iron content among vegetables, pumpkin can also help in the fight against anemia.
Raw pumpkin seeds help pregnant women with toxicosis. Pumpkin seed oil is also considered medicinal.
Pumpkin juice is an excellent antioxidant.