Roasted Balsamic Vegetables

These straightforward roasted vegetables with balsamic are tasty and nutritious. A terrific approach to preparing a large number of vegetables for the week’s meals is to prepare these roasted vegetables with balsamic vinegar. Eat them as a delicious and healthful side dish or on top of a salad.

a dish of roasted vegetables in balsamic

I frequently prepare these balsamic roasted vegetables since they are so good. They make a nutritious side dish and a fantastic way to prepare vegetables for the upcoming week’s meals.

It’s not my favorite activity to make lunch. I’ve already fed my soldiers breakfast and spent the morning homeschooling, so I’m not particularly interested in making elaborate lunches. In addition, I favor eating cooked vegetables over raw ones. This is why I adore these roasted vegetables with balsamic.

My weeks are made simpler, more nourishing, and delectable by meal preparing a batch of these roasted vegetables with balsamic vinegar. I prefer to eat them as-is, on top of a salad, or with a side of hummus. This paleo, vegan, and sugar-free recipe are quite adaptable.

The sweet potato. I advise using yams, sweet potatoes, purple sweet potatoes, Japanese sweet potatoes, or sweet potatoes. If none of them appeal to you, you can use any species of potato; however, white, red, and gold potatoes will need to be baked a little longer than sweet varieties. Alternatively, you can eliminate the potatoes and substitute any number of other vegetables in their place.

Peppers/Broccoli. The types of veggies that can be utilized in this recipe are virtually endless. Cauliflower, carrots, zucchini, edamame, asparagus, etc. Just make an effort to follow the recipe’s measurements exactly.
oil of olives Uses any neutral oil you like! My favorite oils are olive and avocado! To add more taste, use flavored olive oil.

garlic salt We always keep this in our pantry. But if that’s not the case for you, just swap out the salt for 1 to 2 teaspoons of garlic powder.
Raw, chopped broccoli, sweet potatoes, red and green bell peppers, and bottles of olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

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