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I love a few of  those under 30 minutes, look impressive but easy as sh*t type recipes up my sleeve. Here’s one of those for you.

Besides being a plate of deliciousness, it’s a great way to get veggies in and stretch your grocery shopping out a week. It’s my go-to easy but I still want to pretend I’m eating food/being somewhat healthy meal. 

Six different types of veggies cooked six ways. In fact there’s no real science to this – I cooked it two days in a row, and switched things up both days. If you’ve got a fave spice mix, go for it. Cumin, paprika, tarragon. It’s all on the table (roasted vegetables and herbs and spices, you just can’t go wrong)

You just want to make sure you have,

  1. Lots of different types of vegetables – variety is impressive!
  2. Factor in cooking times and cut sizes for ultimate laziness

It’s really a chuck it all in and pull out dinner at the end kind of dish. It’s somewhat healthy – especially if you’re a high fat – low carber (minus the taters’). If you’re not, well, just call it tasty.

The secret to this dish is being able to put everything in at once, and pull it out in 30-45 minutes, and boom, instant rainbow on a plate. It’s almost like a roast, but with none of the hard work.

Use broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini. Whatever you’ve got in the crisper, just remember – if something takes longer to cook, but it smaller. Cooks fast? Leave it whole or bigger cuts. You’ll get everything cooking relatively evenly.

What makes this taste so good? You’re creating six mini vegetable dishes on one tray. Cut all your veg up, and mix them up straight on the sheet pan. No extra pans, or boards. It’s really that simple.

It’s a throw it in the oven, pour a glass of red and dinner’s done.

Oh and bonus points for lack of dishes.

Yeah, this is one to favourite.

*bonus tip, make double and have a roast veg salad for lunch for the next day.

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Throw in some protein for a heavier meal. Sausages or Chicken Thighs, Breast (Larger Pieces) go great. You can throw them in at the same time, just make sure any protein is at a size that will take about 30 minutes to oven cook.

I used some lamb sausages.

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Roast6vegeasypan-Finished30 minutes later……

Roast6vegeasypan-DishPlate of deliciousness – so many flavours, all in one bowl

Print Recipe
Rainbow Roast Vegetable One Pan Dinner BigOven - Save recipe or add to grocery list Yum
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
people

INGREDIENTS

For the Garlic Roast Potatoes
For the Honeyed Roasted Carrots
Sweet n' Spicy Buttered Radishes
Sweet Onions
Red, Yellow, Green Bell Peppers
Buttered Herb Mushrooms
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
people

INGREDIENTS

For the Garlic Roast Potatoes
For the Honeyed Roasted Carrots
Sweet n' Spicy Buttered Radishes
Sweet Onions
Red, Yellow, Green Bell Peppers
Buttered Herb Mushrooms

RECIPE

  1. Make each little veg section straight on the tray. With the buttered items, cube the butter and throw it over. It'll melt and cover that veg section. Sprinkle each section of veg with the appropriate toppings, when all done. Mix each little section up with your hands to coat.
  2. Roast Garlic Potatoes: Salt, Pepper, Garlic (fresh or dried), herbs (optional)
  3. Honeyed Carrot Sticks: 1 teaspoon of caster sugar, drizzle of honey, salt, pepper
  4. Sweet Onion: Olive, Oil, Salt
  5. Sweet n’ spicy roasted radishes: Chopped pieces of butter, red chilli flakes, salt
  6. Buttered Herb Mushrooms: Chopped Butter, Salt, Pepper, Dried or fresh Parsley, Dried or fresh garlic
  7. Grilled Bell Peppers: Olive Oil, Celeri Salt
  8. Heat the oven to 220 degrees celsius.
  9. If adding meat, put the meat on top of the items that don't need to crisp up and have a shorter cooking time, like the mushrooms or the bell peppers.
  10. Bake in oven for 30-40 minutes until carrots are soft. Depending on the size of mushrooms, add your mushrooms in 15 minutes before finishing time. If putting in whole you can add them in at the beginning.
  11. Take out, and plate and enjoy the easiest and tastiest dinner!
Notes

The trick is to dice everything so that everything cooks at a similar time.

Know your approximate cooking times to make it easier to throw everything in at the same time. The only tricky one is mushrooms, they probably need to go in when there’s about 10-15 minutes to go.

Carrots take the longest to cook in this mix (longer than potatoes) so cut them the thinnest.

In the oven:

Potatoes, small diced - about 30 minutes

Carrots, smaller than potatoes - 1cm pieces take about 40 minutes to cook

Grilled bell peppers - 1cm pieces, 15-20 minutes

Sweet Onion - large pieces, about 20 minutes

Radishes - small pieces, about 10 minutes

Large Mushrooms - quartered, about 15 minutes

Tags : bell pepperscapsicumcarrotmushroomonionovenoven bakedpotatoradishroast vegetables
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Victoria is the face behind Foodracket.com. She likes to eat breakfast for dinner and ice cream for breakfast. You'll often find her standing in line for a new restaurant or drinking a glass of red whilst creating magic in the kitchen. A fan of good food, give her some cheese, parma and a good dessert and she's a happy chappy.

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