St. Augustine chef cooks sauteed vegetable wraps

By Kumasi Aaron, Reporter, weekend anchor, kaaron@wjxt.com
Published On: Feb 23 2014 10:25:37 AM EST
Updated On: Feb 23 2014 11:43:24 AM EST

VIDEO: With all of those sweet treats floating around for Valentine's Day, you might have had trouble sticking with you New Year's Resolution. But, you can still get back on track. In this New Year New You on 4 segment, Sherry Stoppelbein with Hot Shot Bakery shares her recipe for a sauteed vegetable wrap.

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -

February is almost over and many of us it was hard to stick with our New Years resolutions with all those sweet treats floating around for Valentines Day. If you had the same challenge you can still get back on track.

We are continuing our New Year New You on 4 series with a woman who makes any room smell like fresh baked goodies, and whip up a healthy and delicious meal.

Sherry Stoppelbein from Hot Shot Bakery and Cafe in St. Augustine shares her recipe for sauteed vegetable wraps.

Vegetable Wrap

Ingredients:
2 tablespoon red pepper pesto
2 slices of white cheese
1/2 fresh avocado, sliced
3 sliced button mushrooms
1/4 chopped green pepper
3 tablespoons white onion, chopped
1/2 fresh tomato, chopped
wrap

Directions:
Saute mushrooms, peppers, onions, tomato in 2 tablespoon olive oil, add salt n pepper to taste.

Red pepper pesto:
2 large roasted red peppers, 3 tablespoons sliced black olives
2 tablespoons fresh garlic
1 cup shredded Parmesan cheese

Place all in processor and pulse till thoroughly blended.

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