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.
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09-03-2014 20:24 #1
09-03-2014 20:29 #2
I like to roast pumpkin in coconut oil or carrots with cumin and a little oil
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09-03-2014 20:39 #3
We have roast potato, sweet potato, pumpkin, carrots and onion. I give them a spray with olive oil and sprinkle some sea salt on top.
09-03-2014 20:46 #4
I love potatoes with olive oil, fresh rosemary and sea salt and pumpkin with garlic and honey. Yum!
09-03-2014 20:47 #5
I do roast potato, pumpkin, carrot, parsnip, garlic, onion, and occasionally a few cobs of corn in their husks.
With olive oil, sea salt and a few sprigs of rosemary.
09-03-2014 20:56 #6
I do potato, sweet potato, onion, capsicum, carrots, broccoli (got my kids eating broccoli), cauliflower sometimes all and sometimes a combination of a few. I put olive oil or coconut oil on and rosemary or some other woody herb from the garden on them and bake at about 190.
Sometimes if the herbs in the garden aren't large enough to pick I have some frozen ones in the fridge like sage, tarragon and other random herbs. I have been putting paprika on the cauliflower lately and it tastes great.
Oh I cut the veggies up pretty small.
09-03-2014 20:56 #7
I do roast potato, I boil them til they are almost falling apart than toss them in a tray with olive oil or duck fat that has been preheated.
I chuck pumpkin and sweet potato in at the same time but dont boil them first.
I season with sea salt and will add rosemary steams.
If I am going to do onions I pop them in at the same time as the meat.
I also roast corncobs with a bit of butter and sea salt than wrap them in aluminium foil. Carrots and beans with honey, garlic and a bit of butter in aluminum foil parcels too.
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09-03-2014 21:01 #8
I do potato, onion, sweet potato, carrot, pumpkin, all with a spray of olive oil and a sprinkle of Masterfoods Tuscan seasoning - very delish!
09-03-2014 21:02 #9
I do potatoes like this. ..
Cut into quarters...toss in a bag with olive oil, salt, breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese. . then roast for about an hour depending on size. . So so good.
Also baby/dutch carrots. .. with olive oil and fennel seeds or ground fennel if you have them. . then roast. Also my fav roasted veg. sounds weird but is yummy.
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09-03-2014 21:10 #10
I always boil my potatoes first till cooked, then I drain them in a colander and roll them around a bit to rough up the outsides. Then I roll them in oil and herbs or spices before baking. It gets that really soft center with the crispy outside.
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