Oil Free Sauté Veg

Oil Free Sauté Veg

I regularly sauté veg in a little diluted soy sauce. It’s great as part of a grain bowl or on toast, though you can serve this as a side dish to go with anything.

You can use all sorts of different veg. Add in tofu, cooked beans or cooked chickpeas for extra protein.

Free from: nut

Gluten, wheat free: use tamari or suitable stock instead of soy sauce

Soya free: use suitable stock or water instead of soy sauce

Yeast free: use liquid aminos or suitable stock instead of soy sauce; steer clear of sprouted beans 

This is a vegan recipe


Sauté kale and mushroom on rye toast with hummus
Sauté Brussels sprouts and chestnuts
Sauté broccoli and sprouted beans and seeds
Oil Free Sauté Veg
Servings: 1 Person
  • veggies: such as mushrooms, kale, Brussels sprouts, broccoli (sliced)
  • 1 tsp soy sauce plus a splash of water
  • 1/4 tsp each of paprika, ground cumin, ground coriander and garlic granules
  • chopped garlic and chillis (to taste)
  • legumes: such as tinned beans, chickpeas, tofu, sprouted beans (optional)
  1. In a non stick pan add the diluted soy sauce, spices and veg. Cook on medium. Add a little water if the pan dries out.

  2. When everything is cooked add the legumes if using, warm through, then serve.

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