RECIPE | ROASTED VEGETABLES
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Now onto this rainbow of roasted vegetables! Roasting is one of my favourite ways to cook vegetables. If it's not a big batch of vegetables, I'll use the toaster oven because it's faster and more energy efficient than heating up the large conventional oven which wastes a lot of electricity. In this dish, the base is white and sweet potatoes accompanied by red onions and red peppers giving it that colourful effect. The drizzle of avocado sauce is optional for additional taste if you're not a fan of this fruit. It's a great side or main dish if you're trying to go meatless on some days like me and it really keeps me full. If you do add avocado sauce, try to consume the dish within two days as avocado tends to brown after oxidization.
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ROASTED VEGETABLES RECIPE
SERVES 6-8 | PREP TIME 30 MINS | BAKE TIME 30-35 MINS
- 1 RED PEPPER, DICED
- 2 SWEET POTATOES, PEELED & DICED
- 5 SMALL WHITE TABLE POTATOES, DICED (LEAVE SKIN ON)
- 1 RED ONION, DICED
- 1/2 TSP OF ONION SALT
- 1/2 TSP OF GARLIC POWDER
- 1 TSP OF PAPRIKA POWDER
- 1/4 TSP OF SALT
- 1/4 TSP OF PEPPER
- AVOCADO OIL
REQUIRED: LARGE REUSABLE BAKING SHEET
- 2 AVOCADOS, PEELED & DE-PITTED
- 1 TBSP OF AVOCADO OIL
- SALT TO TASTE
TOOL: BLENDER OR FOOD PROCESSOR
- Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Meanwhile, prepare your vegetables as listed above.
- Once all your vegetables are diced, spread them on a baking sheet in groups and by colour. Alternatively, you can mix all the vegetables together but you will not get that rainbow effect.
- Lightly drizzle the oil all over your vegetables.
- In a small bowl, mix together the spices. Evenly sprinkle the spices over the vegetables. Feel free to massage the oil and spices into the veggies.
- Bake uncovered in the oven for 30-35 minutes. They should come out look golden and browned on the edges. Allow it to cool before serving.
- For your avocado sauce, blend the two avocados with some salt and avocado oil. Blend until smooth. Using an icing bag, pour the sauce into the bag cutting a small hole at tip of it. After the vegetables are ready to eat, drizzle the sauce over it.