Corn, beans and squash are the principal foods of many Native American tribes. They’re called the sisters because they support one another. The corn grows tall, allowing the bean vine to twine around her stalk. The bean fixes the nitrogen in the soil, and
- 1 Tbs canola oil
- 2 unpeeled zucchini squash, julienned
- 2 unpeeled summer squash, julienned
- 1 cup fire-roasted corn kernels
- 1 cup chopped fresh tomatoes
- 1 cup cooked heirloom beans (Anasazi, Appaloosa, Black, Butterscotch Calypso, Tepary, Chestnut lima or any variety of beans)
- 1 heaping Tbsp (15g) sage pesto
- Fresh sage leaves for garnish
- Heat canola oil in a large, nonstick skillet. Add squash, corn, tomatoes, beans and 1 heaping Tbsp (15g) of sage pesto. Toss quickly and remove from heat; do not overcook.
- Place in large bowl, garnish with fresh sage leaves, serve immediately.
Calories from Fat 27 (29%)
(5%)Total Fat 3g
(2%)Saturated Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 1g
Monounsaturated Fat 1g
Total Carbohydrate 14g
(16%)Dietary Fiber 4g
Sugar Alcohols 0g
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