Roasted Fall Vegetables with Pumpkin Seed Oil


 

It was a night when I needed to make a relatively fast dinner, but had no idea what I wanted to make.  I stopped at one of the local farm markets and picked up a cauliflower; I decided I would do something with the cauliflower and some of the sweet potatoes from my garden.  When I got home I also found a nice russet potato in my bin (potatoes are one food I tend to buy with a specific purpose in mind and then totally forget about the purpose and the potato).  IMG_8434.JPGWith those three ingredients I opted for roasting them.  The key to making it quick was to chop everything very small, but not quite diced.IMG_8436.JPGI wanted to add a twist to the vegetables, so in addition to olive oil, I used a touch of pumpkin seed oil.  The finished vegetables could be used as a side dish with various meats, but we ate them topped with fried eggs.  I LOVE roasted vegetables with eggs – fried, poached, in an omelet.  THe combinations just doesn’t seem to go wrong.IMG_8442.JPG

Roasted Fall Vegetables with Pumpkin Seed Oil

1/2 large cauliflower (locally grown)

1 medium potato

3 medium sweet potatoes (from the garden)

1 – 2 Tbsp olive oil

1 tsp pumpkin seed oil

Sea salt & freshly ground black pepper

Directions

Heat oven to 400F.

Cut all the vegetables into small pieces, just a bit larger than diced.IMG_8436.JPGPlace in a large bowl and toss with the two oils, salt and pepper to taste. Spread in single layers onto two baking sheets.IMG_8438.JPG

IMG_8437.JPG Cook for 20 minutes, then stir the vegetables, flipping them over. Cook for another 15 minutes and check for doneness – they should be nicely browned.  If they are not ready, stir again and cook another 5 – 10 minutes.IMG_8441.JPG Remove from oven and serve. Enjoy!IMG_8443.JPGServes 2 as a main dish with eggs or 4 as a side dish.

 

Categories: Cauliflower, Kosher, Main Dish, Recipe, Sweet Potatoes, Vegetarian | Tags: | Leave a comment

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Let me know what you think of this post, and if you try the recipe, please let me know how it was and any suggestions you have. Thanks, Andrea

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