Eaten as a side or on their own, baked vegetables should be a staple in all meal plans.
The best part is, they can be jazzed up so many different ways - and you’ll never get sick of eating them.
While salt, pepper and oil, are a given when it comes to seasoning your veg, here are five other ways to make the best-baked vegetables.
We already mentioned oil, but swapping out your plain olive oil for something with a little more zing (think garlic or coconut) will add another layer of flavour to your vegies.
Once you’ve selected and cooked your vegetables, a zesty way to add flavour is by squeezing a lemon, lime or orange over them.
Cheese lovers will already know this, but adding cheese to your roast vegetables will make a huge difference. Think feta, goats or Parmesan cheese, you can thank us later.
Who doesn’t love a bit of curry, a simple way to spice up your vegetables with some curry sauce for a delicious meat-free Monday meal.
Slice up some bacon and roast it together with your vegetables. Not only will your bacon be nice and crispy, your vegetables will have a lovely smoky flavour.
This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens.
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