Friday, 12 January 2018

One Tray Vegetable Bake


OK. No more vegetable fritters but a less oily way to utilize leftover vegetables. I could have cooked a stir fry but that is such a hassle. 

The easiesr way? Just dump them all in a tray and bake!


It's a convenient way to make use of odd and ends. I mean, I had three small potatoes, one cup and a bit of corn, one small sweet potato and 3/4 each of a red, green and yellow pepper.

I just sliced the peppers thinly and cut the potatoes into cubes. Then each category of vegetable was tossed with olive oil and placed on a lined baking tray to cook together in the oven.


This makes a very nice side dish to accompany roasted meats or you can even toss the whole lot with a dressing to make roasted vegetable salad. Oh yes, this is a lot easier than frying fritters.

One Tray Vegetable Bake
Recipe source : Phong Hong
Note : The amount of ingredients is based on what I had on that day.

Ingredients :
- 3/4 of a red, green and yellow pepper, thinly sliced
- corn kernels from one ear of corn
- 3 chat potatoes, cut into cubes
- 1 small sweet potato, cut into cubes
- 4 tbsp olive oil
- salt and pepper to taste

Method :
1. Line a baking tray with baking paper.
2. In a bowl, toss each category of vegetable with one tablespoon of olive oil.
3. Place the vegetables on the lined tray
4. Roast in the oven at 180C for 45 minutes or until the peppers are wilted and charred and the other vegetables are browned around the edges.
5. Season with salt and pepper.

30 comments:

  1. What a good way to save food! And healthy too!

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  2. Exactly my type of cooking - everything in one pot, one tray, one pan.

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  3. When I see the word one tray....I'm already on board! ;) Plus, I so love roasted vegetables...and I've roasted all these before...just not together. I usually don't roast potatoes (or sweet potatoes) as I've always thought they need to be partially cooked first (boiled or steamed), otherwise it'd be difficult to get them to soften. But from your pics, I think I've spotted the key to getting them soft, cut them into small cubes! ^_~

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    1. Yup, cut them small and they all cook at the same time!

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  4. Ah, looks so delicious! I could easily finish this whole bowl on its own as 1 complete lunch. In fact I prefer eating this vege bowl than deep fried chicken.

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    1. I somehow suspected you would like this :)

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  5. great recipe that could be customised to our individual vegetable preferences ... mine might have some broccoli in it :D

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    1. If I had broccoli, it would be in the pan too!

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  6. Yums!
    And of course, much healthier. Hihi

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  7. Healthy and nice too!! At this moment of time while typing this, there are two steamed japanese sweet potatoes and a piece of meat beside me... and that is for my dinner! We are simple eaters, right? LOL...

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    1. Simple eating is best. Less work. LOL!

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  8. That is really easy to make, will like to try one day

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    1. Please try it since you have an oven :)

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  9. This will end up as my snack! No need to make salad! Lol!

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  10. Love the colourful post, dear! Happy weekend! xoxo

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    1. Thanks, Shirley! Happy weekend to you too.

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  11. You are ever so creative in clearing your leftover and scrap. I have never thought of roasting my veggie before. Nice idea.

    Happy weekend to you!!

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    1. Creativity that comes out of laziness LOL!

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  12. I still prefer vegetables fritters, haha, naughty me :P

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    1. hah..hah... that's my choice too :)

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  13. Then just eat like that right, no need rice? What's a good idea.

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