Oven Roasted Vegetables with Hung Curd Dip | Roasted Vegetables in Oven
Millennials, as we new generation call ourselves, are very much aware of our fitness and diet. Oven Roasted Vegetables are one of the choices of us, the millennial generation. But the fact is every generation has been a fan of Roasted Vegetables. In earlier days, people used to prepare Roasted Vegetables in a wood fire Oven. Now we have the option of an electric Oven.
Bored of raw vegetables, try them roasted. Oven Roasted Vegetables are full of goodness and a very healthy option in homemade salads. Oven Roasted Vegetables are easy to prepare and require less involvement.
To prepare Oven Roasted Vegetables at home, choose vegetables of your choice like – sweet potato, carrot, french beans, beetroot, broccoli, cauliflower, baby carrots, cherry tomatoes, tomatoes, bell peppers, brinjals, mushrooms, etc. Choose your seasoning as per choice – salt, pepper, oregano, thyme, rosemary, basil, parsley, etc. Chop the vegetables, add a spoon of good quality oil, sprinkle seasoning and bake them until tender.
The aroma of roasted vegetables is indeed tempting. You can roast them on a gas stovetop too. For that, please refer to my roasted beetroot salad recipe. How to roast vegetables in the oven – please refer to a video recipe. It is a feasible and healthy way to roast vegetables.
Serve these Oven Roasted Vegetables as a salad or side dish or serve with a choice of your dip as a starter or light meals. I always prefer to make my dips at home. These Oven Roasted Vegetables taste great with healthy hung curd dip.
To prepare a hung curd dip – strain the water from your homemade fresh curd or use greek yogurt. Add chopped mint leaves, minced garlic, squeeze a lemon, and season with some salt. Refrigerate it for some time and ready to serve with roasted vegetables.
Here are the health benefits of Roasted Vegetables :
- They are a good source of dietary fiber, thus improve the digestion
- Helps in weight-loss
- Low in fats
- rich in minerals and vitamins
- Promote gut health
- May support immune system
Why these roasted vegetables are healthy, which are part of this recipe :
- Sweet potatoes: a rich source of fiber, antioxidants, B vitamins, and vitamin C.
- Carrots: lower the cholesterol, good for the health of bones and eyes, help to keep blood sugar levels under control, rich in fiber, potassium, and vitamin K.
- French beans: Iron-rich, good for bones, hair, skin, and nails, loaded with antioxidants
- Beetroot: Regulates blood pressure, improves digestive system, anti-inflammatory, a great source of fiber, folate, and Vit C.
Serving suggestions :
- Oven Roasted vegetable salad is one of the best parts of a healthy breakfast or evening snack.
- Oven Roasted Vegetables with homemade dip can be a main dish or a side dish for lunch or dinner.
- Children must enjoy Oven Roasted Vegetables if served with grated cheese on top and healthy deep in breakfast or evening snacks.
- These Oven Roasted Vegetables are a healthy and tasty starter for kitty parties and get-togethers.
- We can serve this dish to guests with hung curd dip or maybe some spicy deep of their choice.
Here is the video recipe of the Oven Roasted Vegetables with Hung Curd Dip :
You may also like to try other healthy salad recipes:
- Kiwi and Paneer Salad | Kiwi and Indian Cottage Cheese Salad
- Chole Salad | Kabuli Chana Salad Recipe
- Peanut Salad Recipe | Healthy Weight-loss Peanut Salad
- For more salad recipes click here.
You may like to try other healthy diet recipes :
- Vegan Broccoli Soup | Dairy-free Broccoli Soup
- Mango Chia Smoothie | Sugar-free Mango Chia Smoothie
- Jowar Thalipeeth | Healthy Sorghum Flatbread
- For more healthy diet recipes click here.
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Here is the recipe card of the Oben Roasted Vegetables with Hung Curd Dip :
- Sweet potato - 2 medium
- Carrot - 2
- Beetroot - 1
- French beans - a handful
- A good quality oil - 2 tbsp ( olive oil / sesame oil )
- Salt - ¼ - ½ tsp, optional
- Black pepper powder - ¼ - ½ tsp, as per taste
- Thyme / Oregano / or seasoning of your choice - ½ tsp, as per taste, optional
- Homemade Hung curd / Greek Yogurt - ½ cup
- Chopped mint leaves - 2-3 tbsp
- Garlic - 2-3 cloves, minced, optional
- Lemon - ½ - 1 , juice
- Salt - as per taste
- Pepper powder - as per taste
- Soak sweet potato, beetroots, and carrot in water for some time.
- Scrub the skin and remove mud particles, if any.
- Again wash with fresh water.
- Dry them and remove any unwanted parts, ends, and pale skin parts using a knife.
- Cut them lengthwise and cut them into finger size pieces. Refer to a video recipe for more details.
- Place them separately on a plate.
- In a mixing bowl, add olive oil or sesame oil, or oil of your choice.
- Add salt, black pepper powder, and thyme/oregano/seasoning of your choice, as per taste.
- To enjoy the taste of vegetables, here I have added salt and seasonings in very little quantity.
- You increase or decrease them as per your preferences.
- In a bowl, add carrot, sweet potato, and french beans.
- Toss them nicely.
- Either line the baking tray using a parchment pepper/silicone mat or grease the baking tray with oil.
- Arrange them evenly on a tray.
- Now, in the same bowl, add beetroot and toss well.
- Arrange it at one side on the baking tray.
- Do not mix beetroot with other vegetables, or else it will leave its color.
- Meanwhile, preheat your oven ( both roads on ) to 200 degrees or 400 Fahrenheit for 10 min.
- Place the tray on the center rack and bake for 25 - 30 minutes or until tender.
- Baking time varies from oven to oven and the size of vegetables. Keep an eye after 20 min.
- To check, insert a fork and check cooked or not.
- Once done, remove the tray and place it on a wire rack.
- Serve warm with homemade hung curd dip or any other dip of your choice.
- To prepare a hung curd dip, strain water from fresh homemade curd or use greek yogurt.
- In a mixing bowl, add hung curd, mint leaves, juice of lemon, garlic, and seasoning as per taste.
- Give a nice mix.
- Adjust the taste. If it is too thick, add 1-2 tbsp of fresh curd ( without water) and give a mix.
- Cover it and let it rest for 15 - 20 min.
- Serve with oven roasted vegetables, healthy baked nachos, or roti crackers.