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Broccoli, Asparagus, and Snap Peas in Parchment

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Cooking vegetables in parchment is a great way to highlight their flavor -- and so easy.

Source: Everyday Food, January/February 2010
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Flavorful Fat-Free Add-Ins: Fresh herbs, such as oregano, mint, and marjoram. Ref pepper flakes, Lemon, orange, or lime zest. A dash of balsamic vinegar. A spoonful of grainy mustard.

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  • ThisIsHeather
    1 APR, 2012
    A great way to cook vegetables, it is hard to overcook them this way. PLUS doing them in individual packs makes a great presentation.
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  • ThisIsHeather
    1 APR, 2012
    A great way to cook vegetables, it is hard to overcook them this way. PLUS doing them in individual packs makes a great presentation.
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