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Roasted Broccoli

Roasted Broccoli by John Spottiswood

This roasted broccoli recipe, adapted from the Barefoot Contessa, is really wonderful. It has a lot of flavor. We served it with a mild pasta, and it was just a wonderful combination. Don't be worried by the lemon juice and zest. They impart a subtle flavor that adds a nice dimension to this dish.

25 votes
16591 views
Roasted Asparagus and Parmesan

Roasted Asparagus and Parmesan by Nancy Miyasaki

This is a simple and delicious Italian recipe adapted from the Barefoot Contessa. We leave out the egg and sometimes the lemon (depends on what you are serving this with).

5 votes
9051 views
Butternut Squash and Apple Soup

Butternut Squash and Apple Soup by Mary Callan

A perfect Fall soup, full of goodness.

4 votes
3337 views
Roasted Pumpkin Seeds | 52 New Foods Challenge

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds | 52 New Foods Challenge by Jennifer Tyler Lee

The secret to super crunchy pumpkin seeds is to boil them for 10 minutes before roasting.

3 votes
2603 views
Roasted Red Pepper Dip

Roasted Red Pepper Dip by Hina Gujral

Fresh roasted pepper is what makes this dip special; so don't substitute it with the canned ones. Roasting peppers is an easy job, if you've never tried it yet then this is the perfect opportunity, once you taste them, you'll wonder why you waited for so long.

1 vote
4881 views
Roasted Pumpkin Seed Sauce

Roasted Pumpkin Seed Sauce by Robyn Savoie

This recipe for Pumpkin Seed Sauce makes more than you'll need, leftover sauce is delicious with chips, wrapped in warm tortillas or used like mayonnaise on roast chicken and grilled sandwiches.

1 vote
3162 views
Crispy Kale

Crispy Kale by Lori K. Parker

Trust me--even people who hate kale (like I did) will LOVE THIS!

1 vote
3078 views
Winter Salad of Roasted Vegetables and Quinoa

Winter Salad of Roasted Vegetables and Quinoa by Meera Nalavadi

A colorful salad choke full of winter vegetables, pomegranate and quinoa.

1 vote
1569 views
Roasted Vegetable Succotash

Roasted Vegetable Succotash by Robyn Savoie

Of all traditional Thanksgiving dishes, succotash is the most likely one that was served at the first feast. Introduced to colonial cooks by the native Indians of Rhode Island, succotash was probably made with local shell or cranberry beans. Contemporary cooks, like their colonial counterpart's, know that roasting brings out the…

1 vote
2200 views
Roasted Cauliflower and Leek Soup

Roasted Cauliflower and Leek Soup by Colleen Mcconnell

I kept this soup simple to let the subtle flavors of the cauliflower and leeks shine through. I seasoned it with a little bit of fresh thyme, opted for water over broth, and drizzled a little extra virgin olive oil on the top of each serving. This could also be served "loaded" like a potato soup with some crumbled bacon, sharp…

1 vote
2108 views
Manchurian Roasted Cauliflower

Manchurian Roasted Cauliflower by Michael Swiney

Anyone want to know why an Indian dish is called Manchurian, which is Chinese? Well yawn through this while I bore you with my culture and cuisine genius: The cuisine is believed to have originated from the Chinese population of Calcutta, India and Chinese food is still popular there. At present, the Chinese population in Calcutta…

1 vote
1940 views
Doodhi Thepla | Bottle Gourd Thepla

Doodhi Thepla | Bottle Gourd Thepla by pshinde2109

Doodhi Thepla or Bottle Gourd Thepla is very easy and fast recipe for breakfast or snack.Use fresh and grated bottle gourd or lauki for making thepla.

1 vote
2188 views
Mexican Bruschetta

Mexican Bruschetta by Daniel Brock

Southwestern Bruschetta

1 vote
7587 views
Garlic Roasted Cauliflower

Garlic Roasted Cauliflower by Nancy Miyasaki

I used to think cauliflower was boring and my family agreed. But I've now found so many wonderful ways to prepare it that it is becoming one of our favorite vegetables. This is an easy and very flavorful version I adapted from the Barefoot Contessa. Adjust the amount of lemon juice you apply based on your own tastes and the dish…

4 votes
2703 views
Cauliflower Roasted with Paprika

Cauliflower Roasted with Paprika by Nancy Miyasaki

This dish has a wonderful, very slightly spicy flavor. The high heat roasting creates a nice sweetness to the Cauliflower and adds a nice color. Definitely serve it hot. It loses some of it's charm when it has cooled down (like cold toast).

3 votes
5436 views