Capri blend vegetables, like other vegetable blends, may accompany a meat, poultry or seafood course, or be mixed into soups or pasta dishes. Typically sold frozen, Capri blend vegetables contain both whole and fancy-cut vegetables. Although they come unseasoned, adding herbal blends or salt adds flavor to the mix.
Capri Blend Vegetables
Capri blend vegetables contain julienne carrots, French-cut green beans, and slices of yellow squash and zucchini. Some brands may crinkle cut the zucchini slices and yellow squash slices -- and even the carrots; others may bias cut the green beans instead of French cut them. Because squash and zucchini cook quickly and the cut vegetables also cook quickly, cooks interested in a fast freezer-to-table meal choose Capri blend vegetables as a side dish over other blends. Capri blend vegetables do not contain fat or added sugar. Depending on the brand, Capri blend vegetables contain about 20 calories per 1/2 cup serving out of the bag without fats, seasonings or sauces the chef may add in cooking.
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Andrea Lott Haney writes articles and training materials for food industry publications. Having studied foodservice sanitation, nutrition and menu planning at Purdue University, Lott Haney has more than 10 years of experience as a catering and event planner for luxury hotels and currently tours the Midwest as a corporate customer service trainer and consultant.