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    Look out for Chinese five spice next time you are in the supermarket. Sprinkle that with some olive oil and salt over your veggies and roast.... mmmmm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    What veggies do you roast?
    How do you roast them?
    Do you put any spice or anything else on them?

    Yes I am bored.
    I love roast veggies but i do them very different to the rest of my family so I was wondering how do you do them.
    I do potato, pumpkin, carrot and onion with olive oil and salt as my standard.
    I also do a mixture of cubed potato, eggplant, carrot, capsicum and red onion with a large sprig of rosemary and some olive oil. About 10 minutes before they are finished I add about a 1/4 cup of balsamic vinegar to the pan. They become sticky and yummy.

    Anewme - how do you cook yours that's different to your family?

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    I do all our roast vegetables in our Tefal 2in1 acti fry..

    Potatoes (skin on), zucchinis, carrots, capsicum, mushroom are all faves..
    Love roast broccoli but it doesn't take long for it to burn..

    Tablespoon of oil, rock salt and blacked pepper to season..

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    Potato, pumpkin, sweet potato, carrot, beetroot. Pretty much anything that will hold up to roasting.

    My method depends on how long I have to get dinner on the table. I am not the queen of the crunchy potato though.

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    I usually do potatoes pumpkin and carrot with rosemary sprinkled on top

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    We have potatoes, sweet potato, pumpkin, onion & parsnip.

    Boil potatoes first then place on tray with other veges, add a dash of olive oil and mixed herbs with a sprinkle of cayenne pepper and roast.

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    I do capsicum, red onion, mushroom, zucchini and eggplant. Chop it all into squares then drizzle with olive oil salt pepper and any fresh herbs i have to hand and roast until the onions start to caramelise and everything has softened. Yum!!

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    Im going to drizzle olive oil over next time thats a great idea!

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    I use olive oil and vegeta on all kinds of veggies.


 

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