I am so excited to welcome McKenzie from Girl Loves Glam to the Idea Room today! I love how happy and fun this girl is! Be sure to head on over to her site and check her out! You will be glad you did.
Hello all of you wonderful Idea Room readers! I could NOT be any more excited than I am to be here today! Amy is such an inspiration to me and I am really grateful to know her! I am McKenzie from Girl Loves Glam, a lifestyle blog where you can find DIY projects, beauty and style tips, home decor, recipes, and so much more!
I am excited to let you in on a little secret today. A secret recipe that is!
Several years ago, I went to a neighborhood BBQ. I saw the most delicious looking vegetables that smelled even better than they looked. I scooped up a plateful and what happened next, is nothing short of a love story. The taste of these vegetables was just as I felt heaven would taste like. I had to know who made this. Finally, I found the woman I had been looking for. When I asked her if I could have the recipe, she paused. She then explained that the recipe for spicy marinated vegetables had been given to her by a friend who had kept the recipe a secret for years! My sweet neighbor was nervous about leaking out the recipe any further, but after about a week of thinking it over, she handed over the recipe. The recipe didn’t just go to me though, it went to everyone! Everyone wanted this recipe! Needless to say, the once secret recipe for spicy marinated vegetables went viral throughout the neighborhood.
After making this recipe several times, I decided to tweak it a little to make it fit my taste buds even more. I am excited to share this recipe with you! It can be your little secret at all of the summer gatherings you will be going to!
1/4 c Oil
3/4 c Apple Cider Vinegar
2 tsp. Salt
1 tsp. Sugar
1 tsp Tabasco Sauce
1 Head Broccoli
1 Head Cauliflower
1 can Olives
1/4 Red Onion
1 Green Pepper
1 Yellow Pepper
1 Red Pepper
- Chop up all vegetables and place in a large bowl.
- Put the rest of the ingredients on top of the vegetables and stir to coat all of the vegetables.
- If the bowl has a lid, place the lid on the bowl. If the bowl doesn’t have a lid, put vegetable mixture in a large bag that can be sealed shut.
- Let vegetables marinate while turning veggies every few hours. For best taste, allow the vegetables 24 hours to marinate.
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