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Yummy vegetarian dishes!

Recipe time! This is our most recent favorite that we make all the time. Doesn't look much, but it's absolutely delicious, and of course, super healthy! And as always, very easy to make. Maybe too easy. That's also one of the reasons why we love it.
It's three small "dishes" that combine into a full meal. Garlic broccoli, filled bell peppers and oregano tomatoes!

Garlic Broccoli
These are seriously yummy. Just chop up a broccoli head and garlic (or use garlic herbs), pour a bit of lemon juice over it and spread some coarse salt and pepper! (Optional: grated cheese). Preheat oven to 180°C and cook for 20-25 minutes and remember to use good oil so it doesn't stick. It'll come out crusty and smelling like garlic heaven.

Filled Bell Peppers
How we fill them up each time really differs to what we have in the refrigerator each time. But our core ingredients are cheese, feta cheese and onion. We also love putting some red pesto and olives in when we have it.
This time we filled it up with onion, coriander (cilantro), feta cheese, mushrooms, rucola, fresh tomatoes and garlic. Add salt, pepper (and cayenne pepper if you like it spicy) and cover with cheese slices on top! Preheat oven to 180°C and cook for 20-25 minutes.

Oregano Tomatoes
Last but not least, freshly sliced tomatoes covered with salt, pepper, garlic and oregano. Doesn't get more easy than that. I usually don't eat tomatoes, but these are phenomenal. Optional: grated cheese. 
These do usually need to be cooked a bit longer in my opinion, so I start getting them ready first to give them 5-10 minute advantage in the oven. 
Preheat oven to 180°C and cook for 25-30 minutes and remember to use good oil so it doesn't stick!

  

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Dagbjört

The creative director & co-founder of Just Us. A 25 year old photographer obsessed with fashion, travel and how to live a healthy lifestyle.

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