Most veggies that we put in the bag can be roasted. Roasting brings out different flavors and qualities in the veggies. It is my favorite way to eat many veggies. Here are some of the things in this year's bag that would be great roasted. I generally use a temp of 325 for nearly all my veggies. I hear that root veggies might need a higher oven, but I have good success with lower temps and longer cook times.
Still have beets floating around the fridge? Try this recipe sent in by a customer....
This is from allrecipes.com submitted by blueclements
2 ½ Cups whole wheat flour
1 ½ Cups rolled oats
1 Tbs baking powder
2 ½ tsp baking soda
2 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp salt
1 cup canola oil
2 cups apple sauce
1 cup sugar
½ cup water
1 cup blueberries
1cup shredded peeled beets
Personal notes: I peeled the beets and put them in the kitchen ninja. I think it would be better if the beets were
Okay. Beets. Love them or hate them. Since you are getting them in your bag anyhow, keep trying and maybe you will learn to love them if you don't already. I never like them as a kid. We only had them canned, and I hated them. The first few times I cooked them myself, I still hated them. I cook and eat most peels on veggies (potatoes, etc) but found out that if I peel my beets they have a
Yesterday I made an interesting salad.
First, I sliced some fennel, brushed with olive oil, and roasted in a 325 degree oven until tender.
Next I roasted some beets. I washed and brushed them with olive oil, roasted until tender. Once ccoled, I peeled them and chopped the bigger ones.
I mixed the roasted fennel with the beets. I added a package of feta, crumbled.
I drizzled with a little olive oil and white wine vinegar and added salt and pepper.
I loved it. I