Even veggie "haters" enjoyed this recipe! The leftovers were a great addition to my luncheon salad the next day.
I've been looking for more healthy veggie recipes that are also tasty and unique. This one hit every one of these expectations. WOW. I made just this for myself for supper and was more than satisfied. I like how this recipe allows people to adjust for taste. I made this with kohlrabi, beets, carrots and sweet potatoes (and I skipped the thyme because I don't care for it.) I put the baking sheet right on my grill and kept the grill at about 400 degrees. The veggies got quite black, but not burnt at all -wonderfully carmeled. I will make this often, thanks Ellie.
These were great. I added leftovers to some chicken stock, wild rice and leftover chicken (plus some additional spices) to make a fabulous soup the next day!
My husband is not an easy man to please, but he loved these vegetables.
Excellent! I made these as a side dish to the Grilled Pork Loin with salsa - it was perfect together.
Made the whole menu that goes with this tonight (coriander-crusted pork tenderloin and brown rice with walnuts and golden raisins) and it was OUTSTANDING. Highly recommend these veggies. You could add something white, if that suits you, like Jerusalem artichoke or cauliflower.
I made this dish last night for my family and we all thought it was delicious! I also made it with the Corriander pork and the Walnut/Raisin rice all went so well together.
Very easy to make!
This was phenomenal!
Delicious - I can't wait to eat leftovers. I also made it with the Brown Rice with walnuts and golden raisins along with the Coriander-crusted pork tenderloin. What a delicious meal to serve to your company and so easy to prepare.