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Wow, we thought this was scrumptious. I made this as written and I would not change anything. The veggies were tender and had the wonderful aroma and taste of sage and garlic. Very unique and delicious tasting. Thanks Nurse Di.
I made this the other night to go with roast chicken. A delicious vegetable dish we thought. I did substitute yellow squash for the parsnips because I am just not jiggy with parsnips. A beautiful mingling of colors. The sage and garlic in melted butter provided a wonderful flavor. Very unique and we would definitely make this one again.
I served this with some variations. Instead of sprouts I used cauliflower,instead of parsnips I used squash,instead of red potatoes I used quartered cooking onions(like garlic they sweeten when used in this manner). Next time I would cut back on the butter as the baking dish is already oiled but the medley was a great success even with my grandsons. I will serve this at Xmas as it saves on pots and can also be prepated in advance. I think at another time I would remove the covering,bake it for 5 or 10 mins to reduce the moisture and sprinkle with maple syrup or brown sugar and continue for additional 5 mins. Might even use seasoned bread crumbs another time. can also be prepared
We had this one at mom's house and it was absolutely delicious. I was so happy to find it here since I couldn't find where I put my copy of mom's recipe. :)
This is one vegetable dish that really got me excited. There weren't any parnips at our grocery store so I just used squash, like one of the other reviewers. I did uncover the veggies during the last 10 minutes and they turned out just perfect. Had a wonderful sage and garlic flavor. Thanks for sharing.