Oven: 425 | Slice cauliflower, spread out on a foil lined baking sheet, brush on olive oil, sprinkle kosher salt and cracked pepper. Roast for about 30 minutes until tender and some edges are charred. Turn about midway through.
Roasted brussels sprouts
Oven: 425 | Slice brussels sprouts in half, spread out on foil lined baking sheet, brush with olive oil, sprinkle kosher salt and cracked pepper. Optional: You can drizzle a little balsamic vinegar for some extra zest. Bake for about 30 minutes or until tender. Turn about midway through.
Roasted cabbage with bacon bits
Oven 425 | Slice cabbage in to wedges or slices, spread out on foil lined baking sheet, brush on olive oil, sprinkle kosher salt and cracked pepper, add crumbled or sliced real bacon on top. Roast for about 30 minutes until tender (wedges will take longer). Optional: Add minced garlic with bacon bits over the cabbage.
Oven 425 | Cut and cube vegetables that you like (see picture), spread out on foil lined baking sheet, brush with olive oil, sprinkle kosher salt and cracked pepper. Optional: Add balsamic vinegar and a little honey for some flare. Roast for 30 minutes. Turn midway through.
I don’t know about you but when I get home from a trip, I want a home cooked meal. These roasted vegetables always do the trick. Plus, I am sharing how I love to prepare roasted cauliflower, brussels sprouts and cabbage too. So simple and easy you will make it all the time. If you watch me on snapchat (username: tanyafosterfilm) you see me preparing these delicious meals all the time. I can’t get enough of these roasted vegetables and they are so easy to make. Occasionally, I make all of these at the same time and then just keep them in the refrigerator for the rest of the week. These are all excellent with roasted chicken, a pork chop, hamburger steak or just a veggie meal. Bonus: This is in line with a Paleo, Vegan and Gluten Free diet. I started making it because of the Ideal Protein regimen.
All of these recipes were inspired by Pinterest. Be sure to follow me there (username: tanyafosterfilm) as well because I find and pin some great stuff. And I hasten to say they are a “recipe” because you will notice it’s basically slice, drizzle and roast. My kind of cooking!
Let me know if you make one of these. Enjoy! xoxo- Tanya
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This all sounds delish — I’ve been making kale chips this way too — tear up the kale into large-ish pieces (since they shrink when cooked) and toss with a little olive oil, put on cookie sheet and bake at 300 or 325 degrees for 20 minutes. Sprinkle with salt after. Delish — but one whole cookie sheet only makes enough for 2 people.
I do veggies all the time like this and it’s the only way I will touch a brussel sprout. Sometimes I also add some chopped up garlic and some cayenne.
Thank you for sharing your recipes! I snapped you on snapchat about the roasted cabbage! I’ve been sharing your recipe with everyone! Now I can’t wait to make the others!
Have a great weekend!