This description is a guide only - use what is on hand or whatever you fancy. Don't be afraid to play with your food! The main purpose when re-dressing left over cooked veges is to reheat them, fancy them up a bit, and make sure they taste great. :-)
Today I had some left over carrots, some beans, and a small quantity of broccoli.
In this particular case, the beans were part of a combo vege dish, so had been cooked last time with some soy sauce and beef stock, thus having extra flavour, which I took into account when putting this dish together.
I decided to use in addition:
Some coconut oil
1 small onion, diced
2 mushrooms, halved and sliced
1 small rainbow chard (silverbeet) leaf, rougly chopped
A few naturtium leaves and flowers - leaves chopped, flowers left whole
A dash of soy sauce and a little salt
Prepare the veges that need washing/chopping etc.
Heat a spoonful of oil in a frying pan. Saute onion for a few minutes, then add mushroom and saute until beginning to soften. Add cooked vegetables, stir. Add a dash of soy sauce and salt to taste (consider whether cooked veges were previously salted). Continue to saute, or if desired, place lid over pan and let cook for a few minutes until veges hot. Add silverbeet and stir gently for a minute or so. Add nasturium leaves and flowers. Cook until wilted. Serve.