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I had this with brown rice for lunch today. In addition to all the vegetables, I tossed in a handful of green peas as well and garnished the dish with some parsley. It made a very filling meal and a tasty one too! Thanks, Karen!

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Charishma_Ramchandani April 18, 2002

Very good and very light! Great for a summer side dish! Also very easy to make! So simple yet so good!

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greyghost June 10, 2002

I haven't tried this recipe, but I do want to point out to Karen that Spain and Mexico are actually two very different places with very distinct cuisines. The terms Spanish and Mexican are not interchangeable when it comes to food. Just wanted to let you know, it may be considered offensive to some.

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Chef Romano-Clarke June 30, 2009

This was a quick and easy side for grilled steaks. I added a large tossed salad, and had a complete meal. Thanks for posting.

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Ms B. June 13, 2007

Very easy to make and very versatile too! I found I was easily able to play around with the wegetables depending on what I have available and it is still great.

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SweetAsHoney October 06, 2005

A very easy and colorful dish that looks and tastes great! The only thing I would probably do different is to add more garlic, but that is just my personal preference. Thanks for sharing your recipe Karen!

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Junebug March 13, 2005

I have been making a similar combination for years. Sometimes I add a teaspoon of chilipowder. It also makes a great omelet fillin with a little cheddar cheese or queso blanco on top.

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justcallmetoni February 27, 2005
Spanish Vegetables