Chayote Ratatouille

It is no secret that Chayote is a great replacement for potatoes and apples in recipes, but it is also great as it’s own star! Ratatouille is traditionally made with squash or eggplant, so Chayote being a squash fits right in!
 
1000 grams (4) chopped chayote
90 grams diced white onion
400 grams diced/canned tomatoes
15g fresh chopped garlic
2 grams crushed red pepper flake (to taste)
4 grams sea salt
5-6 grams fresh oregano
 
Clean & chop (4) chayote
Dice tomatoes or use canned
Dice onion, garlic and oregano
Weigh out chili pepper flake & salt
 
Spray a deep pan with olive oil spray, sauté onions, garlic and oregano
 
Add pepper flake and salt
 
Add chayote and sauté until almost soft
 
Add diced tomatoes and heat through 5-10 minutes, covered, on low.
 
Makes 10 servings
1 serving:
Protein 1.4g
Net Carbs 5.3g
Fat .2g
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Chayote Ratatouille

It is no secret that Chayote is a great replacement for potatoes and apples in recipes, but it is also great as it’s own star! Ratatouille is traditionally made with squash or eggplant, so Chayote being a squash fits right in!

  • Author: Coach Lisa

Ingredients

Units Scale

1000 grams (4) chopped chayote

90 grams diced white onion

400 grams diced/canned tomatoes

15g fresh chopped garlic

2 grams crushed red pepper flake (to taste)

4 grams sea salt

56 grams fresh oregano

Instructions

Clean & chop (4) chayote

Dice tomatoes or use canned

Dice onion, garlic and oregano

Weigh out chili pepper flake & salt

Spray a deep pan with olive oil spray, sauté onions, garlic and oregano

Add pepper flake and salt

Add chayote and sauté until almost soft

Add diced tomatoes and heat through 5-10 minutes, covered, on low.

Notes

Makes 10 servings

1 serving:

Protein 1.4g

Net Carbs 5.3g

Fat .2g

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 10
  • Fat: .2
  • Carbohydrates: 7.7
  • Protein: 1.4

Keywords: Chayote

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