Roasting vegetables seems to be a fall or winter dish, but it doesn't have to be. This Summer Roasted Vegetables Recipe uses abundant ingredients you can harvest during summer. And, if you have a garden, you can pull them from your garden for an affordable side dish or vegetarian summer recipe. Follow along and see how I made it.
This recipe was inspired by my other roasted vegetable recipes below.
As you can see, I love roasted vegetables!
Summer Roasted Vegetables Ingredients
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2 bushels of asparagus thick style
1 red pepper sliced ½ thick and cut into 2-inch pieces
One yellow pepper sliced ½ thick and cut into 2-inch pieces
1 onion red sliced ½ inch thick and cut into quarters
Two zucchinis ½ inch thick and cut into half moons
1 cup of baby carrots, baby
3 tablespoon olive oil
2 tablespoon Italian seasoning
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoon granulated garlic
½ teaspoon black pepper
Summer Roasted Vegetables Recipe Instructions
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Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Cut the two bell peppers (yellow and red) into slices and then cut them in half, measuring about 2 inches. Set aside.
Clean the asparagus and trim it down to 3 inches. Make sure the asparagus are thicker style. Set aside.
Cut the baby carrot in half. Set aside.
Cut the zucchini into ½ slices and cut into half moon. Set aside.
Cut the red onion into ½ slices and quartered.
Add to a bowl and toss with olive oil, Salt, Pepper, Granulated garlic, and Italian Seasoning.
Add the seasoned vegetables to two baking sheets.
Bake in a 425-degree oven for 20 -30 minutes or until done.
Below is the end result of this Summer Roasted Vegetables Recipe. It is super yummy and can be used as a pot-luck side dish you can bring to any party.
You can easily modify this recipe by doing the following to enhance the flavors.
- Spicy - add chili pepper flakes or cayenne pepper when tossing the vegetables.
- Chicken or Meat - Add chicken breast to the cooking baking sheet.
I used a variety of tools for this dish. The baking sheets are nonstick. A large glass bowl helped toss these vegetables. A chef's knife did the trick in cutting the vegetables.
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These vegetables can be stored in the refrigerator after being cooked for at least 3 days. They are great for Meatless Mondays or a side dish with another main meal like our Southwest Spatchcock Chicken.
None of these ingredients should be frozen.
The vegetables look cooked and a little brown.