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20 Ways to Eat Roasted Vegetables for Dinner

In the winter I like to roast a lot of vegetables for dinner. Roasting doesn’t add unwanted calories and it creates such terrific flavors. You can toss vegetables with all kinds of dried herbs or flavored salts to make them as aromatic as you want. You can also do things like add roast vegetables to dishes like baked ziti or soups to make them richer and heartier. The best part about roasting vegetables is that it really isn’t complicated in the least. You simply chop your vegetables as desired, toss them with flavorings, and slip them in the oven on a baking sheet. It could hardly be easier. Here are some terrific ways you can roast up some delicious vegetables for your dinner tonight!

  • 20 Ways to Eat Roast Vegetables for Dinner 1 of 21
    20 Ways to Eat Roast Vegetables for Dinner

    If you have vegetables to cook roast them up to make one of these delicious meals!

  • Roasted Cauliflower Steaks with Cilantro Jalapeno Sauce 2 of 21
    Roast Cauliflower Steaks with Cilantro Jalapeno Sauce

    Cauliflower softens yet stays sturdy enough to cut with a knife when you roast it. Serve it with this fantastic sauce to make a great vegetarian meal.

    Photo: Nicole Presley

  • Roasted Seasonal Flatbread Pizzas 3 of 21
    roasted seasonal flatbreads

    Put lots of great vegetables on top of pizza and roast them to make flatbread pizzas. These make terrific seasonal dinners and are fun to make with kids.

    Photo: Brooklyn Supper

  • Roasted Vegetable Tart with Olive Oil Crust 4 of 21
    Roasted Vegetable Tart with Olive Oil Crust

    This easy to make tart is topped with plenty of caramelized roast vegetables. The olive oil crust made with whole wheat flour is a wonderfully healthy platform for this vegetarian snack.

    Photo: Macki Cayloma

  • Roasted Winter Vegetables with Walnut Vinaigrette 5 of 21
    Roasted Vegetables with Walnut Vinaigrette

    If you are looking for a great, easy side dish this winter, combine a medley of roasted vegetables and toss them with this easy vinaigrette. It is filling, aromatic, and just the right amount of crunchy.

    Photo: Julie VR

  • Roasted Vegetable and Goat Cheese Frittata 6 of 21
    Roasted Vegetable and Goat Cheese Frittata

    Enjoy roasted vegetables for breakfast with this frittata. It is easy to make and is a great way to use up roasted vegetables from last night's dinner!

    Photo: Aggie Goodman

  • Roasted Kabocha Squash with Garlic & Sage 7 of 21
    Roast Kabucha Squash

    Sometimes you just want to roast up some vegetables with savory flavors for a quick and easy side dish. Grab some kabocha squash this winter and do just that. You'll love the results!

    Photo: Brooklyn Supper

  • Roasted Winter Squash Soup 8 of 21
    Roasted Winter Squash

    If you roast up some squash you can easily puree it to make wonderful soup. This healthy bowl of squash soup is perfect for a weeknight meal or for a light lunch.

    Photo: Laura Levy

  • Roasted Ratatouille 9 of 21
    Roasted Ratatouille

    Ratatouille is a great way to use up any vegetables you have leftover in the crisper. Make this terrific ratatouille for dinner and serve it up with a side of roasted chicken.

    Photo: Angie McGowan

  • Pasta with Roasted Vegetables and Tomato Sauce 10 of 21
    Pasta with Roast Vegetables and Spaghetti

    In the mood for adding new flavor to your pasta? Roast up some vegetables and toss them in with your favorite tomato sauce and spaghetti.

    Photo: Aggie Goodman

  • Roasted Vegetables with Rosemary 11 of 21
    Roast Vegetables with Rosemary

    A simple pinch of herbs give root vegetables fresh flavor. Toss them with lots of rosemary and enjoy the aromas that envelop your kitchen.

    Photo: Julie VR

  • Roasted Carrot Hummus 12 of 21
    Roast Carrot hummus

    If you roast carrots with spices until tender, you can easily puree them into a delicious hummus. This makes a terrific, healthy snack for kids or at a party.

    Photo: Brooklyn Supper

  • Roasted Pepper & Tomato Salad 13 of 21
    roasted pepper & tomato salad

    To make roasted vegetables into a wonderful salad, roast lots of pepper and tomatoes and toss them with bread cubes and dressing. This easy healthy bowl comes together in a snap and is perfect for summer.

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

  • Roasted Cauliflower Salad with Dried Cherries 14 of 21
    Roast Cauliflower Salad with Dried Cherries

    This roasted vegetable salad has a terrific salty and sweet flavor dynamic. The roasted cauliflower is soft and savory, and the dried cherries are just the right amount of sweet.

    Photo: Brooklyn Supper

  • Pesto-Roasted Tomatoes 15 of 21
    Pesto Roast Tomatoes

    If you have tomatoes on hand make this simple roasted dish. Use some homemade pesto and fresh cheese and you've got a great dish ready for dinner!

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

  • Roasted Vegetable Baked Ziti 16 of 21
    Roast Vegetable Baked Ziti

    For a hearty filling dinner with roasted vegetables, make this easy ziti casserole. It is full of flavor, hot and filling. Perfect for winter!

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

  • Lime Cumin Roasted Carrots 17 of 21
    lime cumin roasted carrots

    Take a break from carrot sticks and roast them instead. You can add wonderful flavor with a dash of cumin and fresh lime juice.

    Photo: Stacie Billis

  • Domino Roasted Potatoes 18 of 21
    Domino Roast Potatoes

    Roasted potatoes are a classic roasted vegetable dish. You'll love how they are flavored with salt, pepper, and bay leaves.

    Photo: Brooklyn Supper

  • Delicata Squash Rings 19 of 21
    delicata squash rings

    Forget onion rings, these delicata squash rings are soft and sweet. They are the best kind of roasted vegetable dish for winter.

    Photo: Stacie Billis

  • Roasted Acorn Squash Soup 20 of 21
    Roast Acorn Squash

    If you have a large acorn squash on hand, roast it up and make this soup. It is warm and soothing and perfect for a cold winter day.

    Photo: Angie McGowan

  • Roasted Stuffed Butternut Squash 21 of 21
    Roasted Stuffed Squash

    Roasting squash always makes a great meal. This stuffed butternut squash is a delicious vegetarian meal or light lunch.

    Photo: Paula Jones

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