Monday, February 4, 2019

Roasted Winter Vegetables

I frequently bake a medley of vegetables as a snack or a side. Most combinations do not make it to the blog. This is a very rustic flavorful mix so I wanted to record it. I made it on a weekend when my daughter was visiting and we all enjoyed it a lot. Next time you see these vegetables at the grocery try roasted winter vegetables.


It is said you should try to eat five different colors everyday. This one vegetable mix will suffice to provide all the colorful foods for a day. I had leftovers so I used it in a winter warm salad with chickpeas. A little lime juice and paprika is all that it needed. That was my very filling lunch.


This combination tastes great on its own as a snack. You could add it to noodles as I have done here with a different set of vegetables. Except for the yellow squash which I added for color the other vegetables all take a while to cook. Make sure all the chunks are on the sheet in a single layer.

You will need
An assortment of vegetables. I used
Red and Purple mini potatoes
Orange Sweet Potato
A Fuji Apple
A bunch of Green Beans
A Yellow Squash
1 tbsp olive oil
salt and pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 425 F.

Chop the vegetables into chunks. Combine with oil, salt and pepper and spread in a single year on a baking sheet.


Bake for 20-30 minutes until vegetables are tender.



Enjoy!









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This is my entry for week one, day two of BM #97 for the theme Gluten free, Vegan or Paleo. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing this BM#97

8 comments:

  1. I love roasted vegetables - with minimum effort we can make a delicious dish. I've never baked apples, will have to try your recipe next time.

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  2. I love the taste of roasted vegetables and your colourful vegetable bowl just looks awesome.

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  3. That’s a unique combo ! And I love the use of apple to it .

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  4. Such a colourful medley of veggies. Sounds so easy to make and looks fantastic Varada.

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  5. Wow! Simple and colorful. This is something I would love to have anyday.

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  6. Your bowl looks so colourful so inviting Varada. Somehow I dont get around baking vegetable. Maybe you should share all the versions you bake 😄

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  7. This sounds so delicious and a beautiful medley of colors!! Easy and no fuss recipe.

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  8. That makes one colorful, filling and healthy bowl of lunch.

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