“Colorful, slightly crispy, and with just the right amount of seasoning—what more could you ask for in a tray of roasted veggies?!”
Original Recipe Author
Have you ever wondered why a vegetable roast is such an iconic side dish?
We have, and we think that the oven roasting is doing a lot of the heavy lifting here. It intensifies the natural sugars and adds a hint of crispiness, which keeps the texture interesting.
But you know what can really take things to the next level? A bit of date syrup and teriyaki sauce for hitting the perfect balance between sweet and savory.
Let’s see how to make a tray of perfectly seasoned baked vegetables!
Perfectly Seasoned Baked Vegetables
- Small white and purple onions
- Bell peppers
- Hot or sweet green pepper
- Coarse black pepper
- 1 tbsp. date syrup
- 1 tbs. teriyaki sauce
- Chop the yams, carrots, onions, peppers, and potatoes into large bits.
- Put some oil in a pan and fry the veggies.
- Add your seasonings and stir gently for a couple of minutes.
- Scoop everything into a baking pan.
- Pop it into the oven and bake at 350°F (180°C) for about 40 minutes.
- We know it might feel weird and overly simple, but there’s no need to put oil or water into the baking pan. Trust the process, and the veggies will come out great!
- You don’t want to cover up the pan, either. If you do, you’ll lock in the steam and end up with soggy veggies.
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