I used to buy pre-packaged combined vegetables from the grocery store. They were pre-cooked, so I just had to heat them through on a high heat and that gave me a great side dish of sautéed vegetables. Also, the package contained some herb butter, that gave the vegetables a great taste. I don't buy this package anymore because it contains MSG and other things I can't pronounce. Also, since the Rouxbe Cooking School, I try to cook as much from scratch as possible.
Let's move to my question. I would really like to re-create this dish, using the techniques that I have learned in the Cooking School and using the exact same vegetables as the package contains. These vegetables are: onions, peas, pre-cooked potatoes (they're deliciously crisp, looks like your hash brown recipe), green beans, corn, carrots and button mushrooms.
My problem is that the vegetables that are used here should be cooked differently. For example: the potatoes should be seasoned at the end of the cooking time, whilst the mushrooms should be seasoned at the beginning. My question is, should I cook each vegetable separately? Or can I cook the whole dish in one pan and if so, what vegetable should I start with?
Thanks in advance..