Very yummy. I used them as a side for a dinner party and to make things easier I pre-roasted the veggies for 20 min, and then when it was closer to time for dinner I put the sauce on and roasted for the final 20 min. They were perfect and piping hot when served.
I ate a plate of these vegetables for dinner and I was so satisfied! Deliciously carmelized, the herbs and salt just give it an added boost at the end. I used baby carrots and a few red potatoes in place of the turnip because it is what I had on hand. Thanks for this easy recipe!
Thank you ... this was delicious! Lovely to see everyone's variations also. To make it a little more low calorie I just used one tablespoon of olive oil mixed with a teaspoon of honey and a big squeeze of lemon juice...very tasty!!!
I have been making my roast vegies like this for years, adding always root vegetables on hand. One tip for people is once you have rolled them in the oil, put them in the oven on grease proof/wax paper...nothing sticks to it, so you none of the beautiful flavours. ;) If I am in a hurry, I will sometimes even microwave the vegies until they are half cooked, then finish them in the oven as per the recipe...it works just as well. ;)
This was such a great way to fix root veggies-everyone loved it! :)
The herbs with the garlic and salt were the perfect flavour companions for the root veggies (I used onions, parsnip and hokkaido squash). Mmmm!
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this keeper with us, breezermom!
Made and reviewed on Recommendation of ImPat October 2010.
This was very good. I halved the recipe and used fresh herbs which really punched up the flavor. Mine took about 30 minutes total to cook. I would probably coat the pan in oil or at least spray it with some no-stick spray prior to cooking next time because I had a lot of good crispy flavor that got left on the pan. Made for Potluck Tag. Thank you!
Well only one word can described absolutely delicious, I roasted a medium parsnip, 1 large sweet potato, 1 large onon and added a medium carrot and used fresh oregano and rosemary as my herbs, cooking time was a little longer as I had to start cooking time at a lower temperature due to use of ovens on the night. Thank you breezermom, made for Everyday A Holiday.
Very good, but might swap out the turnips with rutabagas next time due to the slight bitterness. My mantra...I yam what I yam. Made for Everyday Is A Holiday.