Vegetarian Feasibility Study

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Vegetarian recipes using Philips Air Fryer
Philips Air fryer’s cheese and macaroni toasts
Serving size: 1 serving
Servings per Recipe: 1
Calories: 220 per serving
Cooking Time: 13 minutes

1. Egg- 1, beaten
2. Cheddar Cheese- 25 g
3. White bread- 2 slices
4. Macaroni and cheese- 4 tablespoons
5. Salt and pepper- as per taste
Nutrition Information:
1. Carbohydrate – 21 g
2. Protein- 17 g
3. Fat – 15 g
4. Sodium – 500 mg
5. Cholesterol – 50 mg

1. On a bread slice, place macaroni and cheese. Spread it all over the slice equally properly. Sprinkle cheddar cheese over it.
2. Place another slice on top of the cheese layer. Cut it diagonally in form of sandwiches.
3. Mix egg, salt and pepper in a smaller bowl. Brush each slice
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Protein- 2 g
3. Fat – 2 g
4. Sodium – 172 mg
5. Cholesterol – 1 mg

1. In a pan, sauté all the grated and chopped vegetables at medium heat. Cook the, for about 5 minutes until the all the moisture has been released.
2. Remove the pan from hear. Add garlic powder, chili sauce, salt and white pepper. Mix everything and prepare stuffing for your wontons.
3. On a plain surface, put a wonton wrapper. Add the spicy vegetable mixture into the center portion of each wrapper. Now it’s time to seal the wontons. Dip a brush in water and run the brush at the end of wonton wrappers. Also, run the brush at the corners of the wonton wrappers. Now, fold the sides of the wrapper. Apply pressure and seal the wontons. Ensure that the wrappers are sealed properly.
4. Now, preheat the air fryer for 3-4 minutes at 320 degrees. Before arranging the wontons in the basket, drizzle oil over each of them. Place them in the basket after drizzling and allow them to cook at the same temperature for about 6-7 minutes or until the wontons turn golden brown. Cook the wontons in 2-3 batches if the size of your basket is small.
5. Once done, allow the wontons to cool down.
6. Serve the delicious wontons with soy sauce and

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