If you don’t like vegetables, try roasting them. The high heat brings out the natural sweetness in your veggies. My family loves our vegetables prepared this way. I’ve converted some pretty adamant veggie-haters with this method.
I will give you quantities and instructions in the recipe below, but know that pretty much any vegetable will work here. You can use all off one kind of vegetable or do a mixture (that’s what I usually do).
In my opinion, broccoli isn’t the best roasted because it burns so easily. Greens are also not ideal. Cauliflower does great though. But it still tastes like cauliflower. If you want to eat that vegetable and not realize what you’re eating, you need to try my cauliflower crust pizza recipe.
Aside from those few exceptions, I’d say that just about anything goes. My family’s favorite combination is onions, summer squash, sweet potatoes, carrots, mushrooms and peppers. I’ll do any combination of those simply based on what I have on hand or what I think goes best with the meal I’m preparing.
This is a super simple side dish. Once your vegetables are chopped, it’s very hands off, save a stir or two. Really, give it a try. I promise you’ll be surprised how good veggies can taste when prepared this way. I love to make extra so I can use them for my breakfast the next morning!