Vegetables are a vital source of nutrient for the human body. It has so many amazing food values and qualities that help the immune system of the body in so many ways. Veggies complement so many dishes and even are served as main courses in many restaurant and household. Hence, it is important to cook vegetables the right way and to a certain point as overcooking them will evaporate off all the good nutrients and vitamins. Often people tend to overcook or undercook vegetables as they do not know the proper temperature and cooking point of different vegetables. Not only does overcooked veggies taste bad but they are almost pointless to eat as all the minerals will probably have vaporized. They even lose their vibrant color once overcooked and doesn’t even look appealing to eat. But worry no more as we have the perfect solution to your problems.
This infographic has been designed and created to help you cook the vegetable to perfection. Every vegetable has its own particular temperature to be cooked at and also a time frame. The chart has a detailed list of all the vegetables and the required time and temperature to cook them. These veggies can be split into three main groups one which requires 10-15 minutes to get cooked, one requires 20-25 minutes and the last group requires over 30 minutes to get perfectly ready to be served. Carrots, potatoes, parsnips and other root vegetables usually tend to take a longer time to be ready than other vegetables. Zucchini, Squash and other less starchy vegetables take only less than 15 minutes to be cooked and Have a look at the amazing infographic for further details on how long you should be cooking the vegetables for to keep their taste and food value intact.