Susan's Hearty Roasted Veggies

Updated: Dec 3, 2020

HOW TO EAT SIMPLY TO IMPROVE YOUR OVERALL HEALTH AND TO BOOST YOUR IMMUNITY


This is a series to follow up on my previous post on CORONA VIRUS ~ Tips for Self-Care and Redirecting Fear. In this thread, I'm sharing recipes from several of my Ayurveda students and patients who have been dedicated to living simply & in harmony with the flow of nature. As a result, their health has become stronger and their minds more joyful and positive! I'm highlighting VERY SIMPLE veggie recipes so that you can try a new meal and be inspired to focus your self-care towards that which is positive and uplifting.

Here is Susan's Delicious, Easy-To-Make Recipe~


Ingredients:

Broccoli

Brussels Sprouts

Carrots,

Cauliflower

Parsnips

Winter Squash, peeled & seeded (Use Winter Squashes in small quantity, they are more channel clogging).


Preheat the oven to 400.


Chop the veggies into smallish pieces. Toss with olive oil, maybe 1.5-2 tablespoons for the whole head, and spread in a single layer on a sheet pan. If you're including the Brussels Sprouts, cut off the stem end and then cut in half so you have a flat surface. (Quarter the really large sprouts). Sprinkle with Himalayan Salt. You can also toss the veggies with various spices like coriander, cumin, turmeric, etc.  Roast for 15 minutes or so.  Pull the pan out, toss and redistribute the veggies and put back into the oven till they’re done to your liking. For me, it’s usually another 5-10 minutes. I like them browned. Toss with a little ghee at the end and maybe add a little more salt to taste.


Enjoy!


Love & all Blessings for Good Health~

Cary Twomey,

BFA, D. Ayur., Jungian Analyst



Susan in the Midwest Dharma Wheel Kitchen 2019~




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