Phytochemicals in pumpkin include beta-carotene, vitamin C and vitamin E. The beta-carotene in pumpkin boosts your body’s immune system. Also, the saltiness of the bacon combined with the sweetness of the pumpkin is so delicious. Let the cooking begin!
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Ingredients for 1 serving
- 2oz (50g) Bacon
- 7oz (200g) pumpkin
- 2oz (50g) Frozen Corn
- 1.25cup (300ml) of water
- 1 tsp of consomme (3g)
- 2 tsp of olive oil
Let the cooking begin!
- Place the pumpkin in a microwavable container.
2. Put it in microwave. Cook for 3 min.
3. Cut the pumpkin into one-bite pieces.
4. Slice the bacon.
5. Light the pot over low heat. Pour olive oil.
6. Put and brown the bacon.
7. Put and brown the corn.
8. Once they are cooked, pour 300ml water, pumpkin and 3g consomme.
9. Boil over middle heat for 3 minutes after boiling.
10. The beta-carotene in pumpkin boosts your body’s immune system.
You can save time by cooking pumpkin in the microwave. Eating the whole skin of the pumpkin will help you get a lot of the phytochemicals in the skin. The skin is full of nutrients. Don’t throw them away as they’re a waste!