Potato Roast with Vegetables

July 10th, 2010 in Main Dish Recipes, No-meat, Side Dish Recipes by
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Total cooking time: 1h 20min  
Potato Roast with Vegetables

Potato Roast with Vegetables

Summer is here and summer is a perfect time to enjoy vegetables it brings along.

Bell peppers, eggplants, potatoes roast together with olive oil based dressing with garlic and herbs can be a perfect dish on their own as well as a side dish to meats or poultry.

Once veggies are all sliced and mixed with dressing (can be prepared in advance), it takes about an hour to roast them in the oven.

Roasting doesn’t require much of attention, just stirring from time to time. So I consider this dish easy to prepare.

Ingredients:

  • 1.5lb – 2lb of potato
  • 1-2 bell pepper(s)
  • 3 shallots
  • 1 medium sized eggplant
  • 4 garlic cloves
  • 3 tbsp of olive oil
  • 3 tbsp of white vinegar
  • 1 tsp of dry basil leaves
  • 1 tsp of dry oregano flakes
  • Salt and ground black pepper to taste

How to prepare, step-by-step:

  1. Prepare ingredients: as you can see on the pictures below, baking pan I used wasn’t big enough for amount ingredients I had — it was hard for me to stir vegetables in it. Stirring is easier to do if baking pan is bigger or/and its sides are higer than content for at least 1 inch — so adjust amount of ingredients if you have the same baking pan or use bigger one:
    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 1

    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 1

  2. Skin potatoes and cut them into pieces, transfer to baking pan:
    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 2

    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 2

  3. Peel shallots and slice lengthwise, transfer to the baking pan:
    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 3

    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 3

  4. Clean bell peppers, remove seed and stem; slice bell peppers into pieces about 1 inch big:
    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 4

    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 4

  5. Slice eggplant into stripes about the same size as potatoes, add to the baking pan:
    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 5

    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 5

  6. In a small bowl combine oregano flakes, basil leaves, salt and ground black pepper. Add white vinegar and olive oil and mix:
    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 6

    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 6

  7. Peel garlic cloves. Add pressed garlic to the dressing and mix:
    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 7

    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 7

  8. Using table spoon pour dressing over vegetables in the pan evenly:
    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 8

    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 8

  9. Then mix everything in the pan (this is a part which is hard to do if baking pan is too small):
    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 9

    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 9

  10. Put baking pan without any cover to the oven preheated 350F.
    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 10

    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 10

  11. Roast vegetables untill potatoes are soft (about 1 hour); stir each 15 mins, make sure you bring bottom layers to top each time you stir to ensure all vegetables are roasting evenly:
    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 11

    Potato Roast with Vegetables Recipe: Step 11

  12. Potato roast with vegetables can be served alone as a no-meat main course or as a side for meat of poultry dish of your choice. This time I served them with a pork roast:
    Potato Roast with Vegetables

    Potato Roast with Vegetables

Enjoy!

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3 Responses to “Potato Roast with Vegetables”

  1. genta says:

    Healthy recipe and tasty at the same time.
    Would it be ok if i was to use brussel sprouts or broccoli instead of eggplant (my son doesn’t like it….).

  2. Genta says:

    I just finished cooking it. I added brussel sprouts, not too many, just to give it a try. They actually came out ok, I wish I had used more dressing on them (i used apple cider vinegar as i didn’t have the white one and it came out fine. During the last twenty minutes i noticed that they were getting dry so i covered it with aluminium foil and they all came out very soft… We all enjoyed the dish. I had some chicken nuggets and my son enjoyed them combined. Thank you for sharing with us these recipes. Very often I am in doubt what to cook and here is the healthy solution :-)

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