A Delicious Peacock Vegetable Recipe Straight From Your Garden

What I love about having a garden are the many things you can whip up with your harvests. Whether you have tomatoes, eggplants, avocados, or even mangoes, you'll be able to create a delicious meal out of your natural ingredients, keeping you and your family healthy! But it makes you wonder about the type of recipes you should whip up from what you've grown. Since there are a ton of things to do, you may be wondering which one to start off with!

That's why I show you a delicious recipe I call the Peacock Vegetables!

Peacock Vegetables Recipe

Colorful roasted vegetables, this dish is perfect as a side with your equally healthy meals! Anyone will love the mix of flavors and the low-calorie goodness that has them coming back for more, without the guilt!

It serves eight people and only takes 50 minutes to prepare and cook.

Ingredients:

  • Two medium red onions cut into eighths

  • Two small yellow summer squashes, cut into half an inch thick

  • Two small zucchinis, cut into half an inch thick slices

  • Four thinly sliced cloves of garlic

  • Two tablespoons of fresh parsley

  • Two tablespoons of balsamic vinegar

  • One tablespoon of olive oil

  • One teaspoon of crushed dried oregano

  • Half a teaspoon of salt

  • Quarter teaspoon of ground black pepper

Steps:

  1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. In a baking pan, add all the vegetables and set it aside.

  2. In a jar, add the parsley, vinegar, oregano, salt, pepper, and oil. Shake it well then pour it all over the vegetables, tossing it right after to coat everything.

  3. Bake is for 25 minutes or until you see that the vegetables are crisp and tender. Stir it twice to see if it is fully cooked.

  4. Take it out of the oven and let it cool before placing it in a dish. Serve and enjoy!

  5. I recommend that you match this with a good serving of protein, such as meat or tofu. You can also opt to pair this colorful dish with rice, or serve it with a zest of lemon and other seasonings for flavor and preference.

In Conclusion

Cooking vegetables doesn't mean you only have to stir-fry it and go for bland or regular tastes. I hoped I've helped you find a recipe for your harvests in the garden! Instead of just the regular dish, opt for this Peacock Vegetable recipe, adding a delicious twist that you and your family will love. So don't wait any longer and try it out today.

If you have any questions or would like to share your tips and experiences when making this recipe, then comment down below. I would love to hear what you have to think.