10 September 2020

Mediterranean Roast Vegetables: Our Recipe

For those who are looking to add more veggies into their diets, they will find that there are numerous ways in which they can do this. Those who are eating a fresh diet of fresh veggies have that option. But,  many people are finding that Mediterranean roasted veggies are a great way to introduce some tasty veggies into your diet. Plus, they are so delicious they can almost be a meal of itself!

Best Roasted Vegetables Recipe

When it comes to roasting veggies, it is more than just popping them in the oven. For a Mediterranean flare to these, you need to have the right type of spices to go on these. Check out this recipe for delicious roasted veggies:

  • ¼ cup of olive oil
  • Rosemary, fresh
  • Salt and pepper
  • Garlic, minced
  • 1 lemon, quartered

On a baking sheet, put the veggies on there, whatever veggies you want to use, all cut up nice and neat. Pour the olive oil over these vegetables and mix again on the sheet. Then, you will want to sprinkle the fresh rosemary over these vegetables, add the salt and pepper and use the minced garlic on these (use the amount of garlic that you are comfortable with using). Then take the quartered lemon squeeze a bit over the veggies and place the lemon into the vegetable mixture. Bake at 425 for about 30 to 35 minutes.

How to Roast Frozen Vegetables

The good news  is that even if your veggies are frozen, you can still roast these for an amazing side or main dish. You will want to still follow the directions for the amount of heat that you are using, as well as using the right spices to get a great taste to these. Be sure that you use some olive oil on these frozen veggies to give them a crispness that you find with fresh veggies. And do not thaw these vegetables first!

Once you have these vegetables baking, about half way through this process, take the pan out and toss together again to get the veggies moved around on the pan.

As you can tell roasting fresh or frozen vegetables is a bit similar. Both are easy ways to add in some delicious and nutrition vegetables to your meal, and they can both be a main dish for those who are interested in eating healthier.

Image by Charlotte Markham from Pixabay

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