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Your BEST Vegetable Recipe?

Discussion in 'Cooking' started by NeverlandClub23, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. NeverlandClub23

    NeverlandClub23 DIS Veteran

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    I bought enough wild caught frozen salmon and flounder to last forever! (it was on sale :) ). I've figured out a side I would like to have with them (for this week anyways, being single I just make a side and then have it for 4-5 days) but am over just steamed veggies. Anyone have a good (and somewhat healthy) recipe for vegetables? I like pretty much all veggies and am open to anything! TIA! :goodvibes
     
  2. MazdaUK

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    Oven-roasted root vegetables:goodvibes Peel and cut into suitable-sized chunks (try to keep same size, not too big) and put in a ziplock bag with a spoon of olive oil, some chopped fresh herbs, salt, black pepper and some crushed garlic. Leave in the fridge for an hour or so (up to 2 days, so you could actually do enough for 3 days with one prep:thumbsup2) and roast for 40-50 mins in ahot oven (200c 400F). If you end up with too much the leftovers make great soup!
     
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    MazdaUK <font color=green>Curse this time difference!<br><

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    How about including your steamed veggies in a couscous or bulgar wheat salad for a change? Or even flaking the fish in as well?
     
  4. DeborahA

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    We love roasted veggies as well. Almost any veggie will do. Our favorites are asparagus, carrots, onion, broccoli and peppers. Add, just a little olive oil and salt and pepper. I squeeze a lemon over when done.
    Also a favorite is baked onions. I take a whole sweet onion and hollow out a little notch in the top. Add a small pat of butter, bread crumbs, favorite seasonings and parmesan cheese. Wrap in foil and bake until tender.
     

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