Easy Healthy Mix Veg | Quick Fix Recipe

by anamika on November 21, 2012

in Diet Recipes, Dry Vegetables, Quick Fix


Healthy Mix Veg Recipe \ less oil cooking

Easy Healthy Mix Veg Recipe

Before and after Diwali life has been really busy, so many recipes sitting in the draft but I am just unable to give time to my blog and post. So thought of sharing with you an easy & healthy Mix Veg/ Vegetable recipe. I made this without potatoes (yes it is big for me as I have many potato lovers at home) and added all other veggies of my choice and it came out delicious and was so quick too.

Healthy Mix Veg Recipe \ less oil cooking

All you need is fresh vegetables of your choice to make this dish. It was quick, easy and not at all taxing. Colorful and healthy Mix veg dish will be ready for you in few minutes only. I served it with boiled rice and made mix veg wrap for my kids.

Healthy Mix Veg Recipe \ less oil cooking

Too many sweets during Diwali at home and from friends has consciously made me plan and cook healthy meals and non oily food these days. I am just trying to avoid fried stuff and use more of soups , salads and veggies in my cooking. Though being a Punjabi it is really a tough task :) but I am trying my best to modify my cooking and move towards healthier options. A simple way to just try to balance out the over sweetness due to the festival season. I am also making these days a lot of South Indian Dishes for my family. We all love to eat South Indian Food a lot, I and my kids are big time Dosa/Idli freaks :).

Healthy Mix Veg Recipe \ less oil cooking

Coming back to this Mix Veg healthy recipe version, I added red, green┬áand yellow peppers, baby corns, green peas, boiled corns to my dish and I loved it. Here is the recipe┬áfor you that can be a comfort food when you don’t have too much time to spend in your kitchens. I love to cook this when I am in my no cooking zone and lethargy is on top of┬á my mind :).

Easy Healthy Mix Veg Recipe

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Yield: 1 medium bowl

Serving Size: 2 persons

Easy Healthy Mix Veg Recipe


  • ÔÇó Red Pepper ÔÇô 1 large
  • ÔÇó Yellow Pepper ÔÇô 1 large
  • ÔÇó Green Pepper (Capsicum) ÔÇô 1 medium
  • ÔÇó Baby Corns ÔÇô 4 -5
  • ÔÇó Boiled Corns ÔÇô handful
  • ÔÇó Green Peas ÔÇô handful
  • ÔÇó Onion ÔÇô 1 (sliced)
  • ÔÇó Tomato Puree ÔÇô 1 tablespoon
  • ÔÇó Salt to taste
  • ÔÇó Red Chilli Powder ÔÇô ?? teaspoon
  • ÔÇó Turmeric Powder ÔÇô ?? teaspoon
  • ÔÇó Garam Masala ÔÇô ?? teaspoon
  • ÔÇó Dry Ginger Powder ÔÇô ?? teaspoon
  • ÔÇó Olive Oil ÔÇô 1 tablespoon


  1. Take a non-stick Pan/ Kadai and heat olive oil in it for few seconds.
  2. Now add in sliced onions and stir fry for 2 minutes and add in salt and turmeric powder to it and mix.
  3. Now add in frozen green peas to it and mix, cover with lid and allow to cook for 5 minutes on low ÔÇô medium flame. Keep checking in between.
  4. Now add in boiled corns, diced peppers and chopped into halves baby corns to the pan and mix gently. Add in very little water to it. Cover and allow to cook for another 7 minutes.
  5. Add in all the dry spices and the tomato puree and mix well. Cover and cook for 2 minutes. Remove the pan off the flame.
  6. Easy quick mix veg dish ready to serve.
  7. Serve it with boiled rice or roti or as a veg wrap ( in case of veg wrap you can top it with cheese too before wrapping the veggies)

Enjoy this quick fix, easy and healthy mix vegetable dish with your family!

{ 18 comments… read them below or add one }

Vidya Sury November 21, 2012 at 6:19 PM

Yum. I make this often and just love it. Looks gorgeous too! I don’t use the garam masala, though :-) The thing I like about it is the speed at which it can be ready!

I must look in your blog for a microwave cake easy recipe. :-) I don’t have a convection microwave. Only a regular one. But I recently received a toaster oven – a tiny one whose controls are just like the microwave’s. Yet to use it.


madcookingfusions November 21, 2012 at 7:03 PM

thanks Vidya :), yes the best thing about this recipe is it’s damn quick and hasslefree cooking. I dont bake in microwave Vidya and do all my baking in the oven. I am too scared to bake in my microwave :), may be coz I am still learning! Toaster oven sounds interesting though! Will share with you blogs which have many microwave baking recipe.


Kanan November 21, 2012 at 6:45 PM

This looks really delicious. and I love about this recipe is that it is very quick to make. I agree with you after festivals you need healthy food in our diet. I love the idea of making wrap for kids.


madcookingfusions November 21, 2012 at 7:05 PM

Thanks Kanan :), it is a blessing when I am short of time or in no mood to cook lavish meals! I prefer making lot of wraps for my kids, they are handy for them.


shama November 21, 2012 at 6:52 PM

tempting and inviting dear


madcookingfusions November 21, 2012 at 7:06 PM

thank you Shama :)!


Your Cookery Book November 21, 2012 at 8:43 PM

Indeed very healthy and quick recipe. I got to try it for sure. I love the natural colourful recipe. :)


madcookingfusions November 21, 2012 at 10:01 PM

thank you YCB :), sure do try this and hope you like it!


Ansh | Spiceroots November 22, 2012 at 6:40 AM

I havent seen the fresh baby corns in the market here. It has been ages since i had those.

This is a powerfood. Well done!


madcookingfusions November 22, 2012 at 4:05 PM

thank you Ansh :)


Asmita November 22, 2012 at 10:33 PM

Colorful, healthy and so delicious!


madcookingfusions November 23, 2012 at 6:30 AM

hey thank you Asmita :)


Balvinder November 27, 2012 at 6:00 AM

definitely we all need some healthy meals after Diwali. My family will love your quick fix veggie mix because there are no potatoes.


madcookingfusions November 27, 2012 at 7:37 PM

thank you so much Balvinder & welcome to mad :)!


Swapna November 29, 2012 at 12:04 PM

Anything with baby corn and bell peppers I love!! I make versions of these with pasta,paneer etc. Living with a true blue punjabi husband I know what you mean by trying to cook healthy Anamika. I am a south Indian so yeah it gets a bit balanced out. :)


madcookingfusions November 29, 2012 at 10:21 PM

thank you Swapna, my kids like pasta only in tomato puree and onions – very simple pasta dish for them, I tried adding cheese and some veggies but they real picky kids! Acutally with pasta and paneer these all veggies go wonderfully.I also cook a lot of south indian food at home ( I and my kids love it) and try to balance it out :)!


Shema George November 29, 2012 at 6:45 PM

Anamika…this dish looks so simple yet gorgeous…Love baby corns… I like the addition of ginger powder too…I will try this out soon :)


madcookingfusions November 29, 2012 at 10:23 PM

Thank you Shema, I have started using ginger and garlic powder in many of my recipes these days and I love that little flavor I get from both the powders :)!


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