Colorful Roasted Vegetables Recipe – Perfect Recipe


Do you like roasted greens? Or are you trying to like green? Anyway, this recipe is for you. Broccoli, peppers, purple onions and carrots are roasted on one baking sheet until golden brown. This Roasted Vegetables recipe is the perfect addition to a regular dinner. It is also a festive celebration.

 You can call this recipe a roasted vegetable mix. Or melange (definitely one of my favorite phrases!). Or just your standard roasted vegetable recipe. The variety of colors makes this easy-to-roast side dish quite attractive. Wait until you try my simple spices, they really take these vegetables to the next level.

fresh vegetables for roasting

I’m obsessed with roasting vegetables because the excessive heat of the oven transforms ordinary vegetables into one thing, much better. Roasted vegetables give a deep and enhanced flavor. They are delicate and irresistible, rich and simply fantastic.

This site has a complete selection of perfect roasted vegetable recipes and it wins an award for many colorful recipes! It is also perhaps the most versatile in principle. Please try.

prepared vegetables on pan

 Easy ways to fry greens

This vegetable combination works effectively because these vegetables, prepared according to the instructions, make a dinner with about the same amount of load. Here’s a basic roasted vegetable technique that applies immediately to this recipe:

 1) Preheat the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit

4-hundred-twenty-five is the right temperature for most roasted vegetables. Thanks to Maillard’s answer, it’s toasty enough to get those gorgeous golden edges. It’s not so hot that the greens burn before they’re done. This is good.

 2) Line a large rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper.

Emphasis on giant, so that you can roast several vegetables on one sheet without overcrowding, and on the edges, so that the vegetables do not fall over the skewer. Listed here are my Half Pans (affiliate hyperlink) – these are the sheet pans that almost all crafty recipes use!

The parchment paper prevents the greens from sticking to the pan so we don’t lose any of those gorgeous golden edges. It also makes cleanup a breeze, which is nice because those huge baking sheets are a pain to scrub. Finally, the paper also prevents the food from coming in contact with the aluminum during cooking, which is something I personally avoid whenever possible. This is my favorite parchment paper.

 3) Cut the greens evenly

There is no need to obsess about it, but the goal is to chop the vegetables into uniform products so that they fry with approximately the same load. The greens are oddly shaped and I love how they vary in ripeness from piece to piece and from one side of the pan to the opposite side.

 4) Roast the vegetables long enough, mixing halfway through

Far, right? In my recipes, you will always notice that the time when the vegetables are ready is different. Ovens are different, and vegetables vary in both material dimensions and moisture content, depending on the broccoli heads. Halfway through cooking, remove the pan from the oven and stir the vegetables. Immediately redistribute them evenly throughout the pan and return to the oven.

Basically, pay attention to the visible clues in the recipe, such as “Until the edges are golden brown and the greens are just pierced with a fork.” Take them out too quickly and the flavors will never be as deep and complex as they could be. Cook too long, they tend to burn.

Amount Required / Time Note

Each roasted vegetable recipe on this site contains the recommended amount of roasted vegetables designed to fit evenly on a giant rimmed baking sheet. If you fry a smaller amount than mentioned in the recipe, the vegetables will soon cook more. For example, the florets of a single broccoli will roast faster than the florets of a whole broccoli.

If you fry more than the instructions, do not overcrowd the vegetables, otherwise they will mainly steam each other. To substitute, double the recipe and use two pans (see below for details).

5) As an accessory: season the roasted vegetables with vinegar and butter

This is definitely one of my newest tips. Holy cow, this is such an easy way to spice up and style those roasted greens! While the vegetables are cooking in the oven, add a tablespoon of butter (it will soften to the touch) to the pan and pour in one tablespoon of vinegar of your choice. Stir until the vegetables are evenly coated. The vinegar has an irresistible subtle acidity and flavor, and the creaminess can help stabilize the vinegar, making the greens bright and even tastier.

Easy ways to make roasted greens

If you are serving a crowd, double the ingredients and divide between two plates. Bake each on a rack near the center of the oven. Once you’ve tossed the vegetables halfway through cooking, rotate one pan onto the opposite rack for the rest of the cooking time and vice versa.

Bake until the edges are nicely golden brown. Given the excess moisture content, it is possible that one or both pans will need a few extra minutes in the oven.

roasted vegetables fresh out of oven

 Used for roasted vegetables

This roasted vegetable recipe is a true half-meal. Is there more? Does it need to be replaced? Use roasted vegetables as part of the following meals:

 More Roasted Vegetable Recipes

Roasted vegetables are my favorite. Browse some more options below or find all roasted vegetable recipes here.

Let me understand how the roasted vegetables achieve the hints! I love hearing from you.

roasted vegetables recipe

 Roasted vegetables

  • Preparation time: 10 minutes
  • Prepare dinner Time: 25 minutes
  • Total time: 35 minutes Yield: 4 servings
  • Category: Appearance plate
  • Technique: grilled
  • Treats: Nothing
  • Nutritional plan: Vegetarian food

Broccoli, peppers, purple onions and carrots are roasted on one baking sheet until golden brown. This roasted vegetable recipe is the perfect addition to casual dinners and is enough for a festive feast. The recipe makes 4 servings.


  • 1 bell pepper (purple, orange or yellow), cut into 1-inch squares
  • 2 carrots, peeled and cut diagonally so that each piece is about ½″ thick across the widest part
  • 1 crown broccoli, cut into bite-sized florets
  • 1 small purple onion, cut at least ½ inch wide Add
  • 2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
  • ¼ teaspoon of high-quality salt
  • Optional seasonings: 1 tablespoon of flavored butter and 1 tablespoon of white vinegar


  1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Line a large rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper for easy cleanup.
  2. Carefully toss green vegetables with olive oil and salt on a baking sheet.
  3. Prepare them evenly on the entire baking sheet. Bake, stirring for half an hour, for 25 to half an hour, until the edges are nicely golden brown and the greens are just pierced with a fork. If desired, add butter and vinegar immediately after cooking.
  4. Serve hot. Leftover roasted vegetables will keep effectively in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.


Make it vegan/dairy free: Don’t add butter or replace it with vegan butter.

 Make it better

Instead of broccoli florets, reach for 8 ounces of halved Brussels sprouts (about 2 handfuls – in each palm). You can probably substitute a handful of cherry tomatoes with the options listed. Different vinegar options include purple vinegar, sherry vinegar, apple cider vinegar, or balsamic vinegar. If you want, you can also use lemon or lime juice.

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