Carrots. zucchini. Chickpeas.Red onion. Tomato sauce with crushed tomatos & couscous.
I started with boiling the carrots for around 8-10 min or so to get them just a notch of soft and added a vegetable broth for the carrots to soak in all the flavor from it.
Then used a frying pan with a little bit of oil, heated up the zucchini for around 6min or so with the onion, added the carrots, chickpeas & tomato sauce and lowered the temperature to 1 while waiting for the couscous to get ready.
Couscous is qucik simple to make, you boil up the water with salt & oil, and once it’s all boiled up, you add the couscous, put a lock on it and remove it from the heat and let it stand for around 5-8 min. Make sure that the water covers the couscous.
Carrots; Filled with vitamin A, B6 & C. Potassium & antioxidants. And very rich on carotene, which improves the night vision, prevents against cataracts and age-related changes in the retina, basically wonders for your eyes/sight. The carotene is also amazing for your skin, and on top of that, carrots are also bacterial and viral killing.
Zucchini; Filled with beta-carotene & Vitamin C & K. Protein & Fiber source. &+ Low on calories!
Chickpeas; Packed with protein, various minerals and a great source of fibers. Can also improve insulin and blood levels as well. Unique antioxidants including protecting the heart, lungs and the nervous system. Studies has also shown that people who eat chickpea has less craving for junk food & sweets.Perfect for dipping your carrot, cucumber or celery sticks! Houmous is one of the healthiest things you can eat, wonders for you body, your skin, nails, hair so much more. It’s a great source for protein, vitamins, minerals, that is amazing for your system.
Red onion; Loads of antioxidants, but also useful substances such as chromium, fiber, and vitamin C.