I find that I have become more daring, in my cooking, which does not mean that you would think, I am at all daring. Daring, to me, means trying new foods or mixing a food with another that I had never considered before. It means using "strange" sauces and going a little bit spicier.
Now, you look at this recipe and say, "What is she talking about? Where is the daring?"
It's the BEETS. It is not that I haven't eaten beets or cooked beets. I certainly have but I have not roasted them. Roasted vegetables only get better. While, I have roasted many vegetables, I have avoided beets. It is not the taste that I am running away from. I thought everything would turn purple but fortunately, it did not happen.
Roasted Root Vegetables
2 large beets, cut into chunks
2 turnips, cut into chunks
1 large onion, cut into chunks
1/2 butternut squash, cut into chunks
Place vegetables in a roasting pan.
Spray the vegetables with olive oil and toss them all to spread out the oil.
Put on your favorite herb or spice or a little salt and pepper or if you want a tinge of sweet, use honey or maple syrup.
Bake for 30 minutes or until vegetables are completely cooked.
Easy and Yum.
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