Servings: 2 to 4 as a side dish
For weeknight meals, you can speed up the process of roasting winter vegetables by cutting them into thin slices. For a medley like this one, roast the different vegetables on separate baking sheets, so each one gets the right amount of cooking time.
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This is really easy and versatile. I chose vegetables with contrasting colors and it made a beautiful presentation. Like another reviewer I kept the red beets separate to prevent bleeding of the color. Better yet, the quantity can be varied and more than one meal can be had from one preparation.
These have been a mainstay of my Thanksgiving dinner for years. They can be washed the day before and cooked hours before. For our Canadian Thanksgiving in October, they represent all of the glorious colours of autumn. (I cook beets separately and add at the last minute so they don't 'bleed' their colour.) For regular after work meals one or two only can be cooked quickly.
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