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Spring Roasted Veggie Casserole

Back to Veggies again…hoorayyyy, so happy when my recipes have veggies as the main ingredients.  I actually took a picture of my mini little garden so that you can see how it’s coming along.  (I am sure Luda from Plants and Beyond will love this 🙂 I did take Luda’s advice and added a bit of coffee grinds into my soil.  It seems that my veggies are loving it).

Growing up our home was always filled with all sorts of delicious smells when my mom was cooking, but this specific dish was truly one of my top favorites. Such a delicious combination of veggies that I am sure everyone will enjoy eating.  I was tempted to add Spinach and Mushrooms, but I thought I would save it for a  delicious recipe that I have in mind for later on. 🙂   When I first started blogging this was one of the first recipes I posted with far less ingredients, because I wasn’t actually sure what to do and how to do it back then, but now I feel a bit more at ease and so I tried it out again. 🙂  (working on taking photos helped me but I do still have a long way to go)   



So, I do love to add peppers into most of the veggies recipes that I make…I like how colorful the dish looks and the taste is sometimes just a bit sweeter depending of course on which peppers you will be using. 🙂  In this recipe most add garlic, and since I am the only one who does not eat garlic, I make two batches so that all can be satisfied. 🙂  

A Spring and Summer delight for anyone who loves veggies and just wants to eat something healthier and lighter. 🙂

Ingredients:

4 large Aubergines  (cubed)

4 large Zucchini (sliced)

2 medium onions (chopped)

2 Red Bell Peppers (sliced)

6 fresh Tomatoes (grated)

2 teaspoons Tomato Paste (optional)

2 Garlic Cloves (optional)

1 cup Olive Oil

Salt

Pepper

1 tablespoon Oregano (optional)

Preparation:

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Wash and drain all vegetables and then pat down dry.

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Cube and slice the Aubergine and Zucchini.

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Slice Peppers.

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Add all the ingredients into a large pan and add fresh tomatoes.

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Add in olive oil, salt, pepper, tomato paste and top with peppers and oregano.

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A photo of my little herb garden. 🙂  I love it when I plant seeds and they grow.  🙂

Kali Orexi!!! 🙂

Comments (57)

  • mistimaan 3 months ago Reply

    Looks too tasty

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thank you!!! 🙂

  • olivesandfeta 3 months ago Reply

    Wonderful recipe Sophie. Very detailed too and the herbs have really taken off.

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thank you so much Marina for your lovely comment…Xristos Anesti 🙂

  • jyo 3 months ago Reply

    Really burst of flavours ✔✔

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thank you so much for reblogging this truly appreciated and grateful 🙂 Sophie

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thank you so much Jyo…I hope you and family are well. 🙂

  • Megala 3 months ago Reply

    Looks so appetizing ! Love it !!

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thank you!!! 🙂

  • dtills 3 months ago Reply

    This is a great summer idea Sophie! I roast veggies all the time, but always forget the eggplant 🍆 I will have to channel my inner Greek and add this next time!😊

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thank you…Channel in your inner Greek hahahahahhaaahhha you make me laugh so much

  • Orvillewrong 3 months ago Reply

    I adore Mediterranean vegetables!

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Aww so nice to hear!!! 🙂

  • Diana Tyler (Eccentric Muse) 3 months ago Reply

    My mouth is watering! 😋

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    hahahahhahaha that’s what I aim at each time…Thank you so much 🙂

    Diana Tyler (Eccentric Muse) 3 months ago

    You definitely do a fantastic job! You’re utmost welcome. ^.^

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    Thank you so much 🙂

    Diana Tyler (Eccentric Muse) 3 months ago

    Most welcome. 🙂

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    🙂

  • Karin, theaustriandish 3 months ago Reply

    Such a sweet little garden! I habe a similar one 🙂 And the veggie casserole looks awesome – my stomach grumbles when I look at the picture 🙂

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thank you Karin..Please take a photo so that I can see you herb garden. 🙂

    Karin, theaustriandish 3 months ago

    Not much too see right now – only a bit of mint, some very small radish plants, tomatoes and peppers. I disseminated basil seeds and oregano is growing in every crack of my balcony 🙂

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    they will grow soon. 🙂 I planted broccoli hahahah and it has worked out so far…its growing like crazy 🙂 dill, basil, parsley, carrots, have been planted so far. I need a bigger one to plants tomatoes and all the rest of the seeds that I have. I still would love to see your mini garden. 🙂 Huge hugssssss and Kisses Karin

    Karin, theaustriandish 3 months ago

    Today I planted thymine and some more flowers. But the seeds we planted last week didn’t do anything until now. I hope it was not too dry for them… But I’ll post a picture as soon as I see something green.
    A few years ago I also tried broccoli and carrots, but it didn’t work so well – I had problems with pests… Huge hugs back :))

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    Ohhh niceeee!!! I asked Luda from Plants and Beyond about adding coffee grinds into my soil and you can see from the photo how the veggies loved it….try and add some into yours, but ask or tell luda how big your garden is so that she can tell how much to add it.

    Karin, theaustriandish 3 months ago

    It’s already a bit late for that – everything is planted now. But I’ll ask her for next year.
    Today I had to remove all plants from my balcony, because I get a new floor there. Unfortunately I broke the top of my apple tree when I carried it into the hall. Although it only had one apple in 5 years, I’m very sad about this accident…

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    i had already planted mine and added some more soil with cooffe grinds its not too late but thats up to you

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    ohhhh nooo Karin so sorryyyy about the appke tree 😯

  • Beautiful and delicious veggie casserole Sophie! Love your little herb garden!💕

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thank you so much Ursula!!! 🙂 Huge hugs

    😊💖

  • Plantsandbeyond 3 months ago Reply

    Oh my Goodness, Sophie!!! I just love this – what a way to wake up and see the difference friendship , blogging and sharing makes in the world. Wow !!!! First , Thank you for listening and incorporating the gardening advise. Second your cooking looks simply amazing – delicious , nutritious and I am coming over right now – would eat this veggie dish for breakfast ;))) 😆. All kidding aside 😉 Third- you garden is so precious and Pristine- it shows how much you love it 😍. Cheers to Moving from this size loving growing space to the bigger one –
    Lots of hugs 🤗- love ya💚🌿💚

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Sweet Luda, thank you so very much for all your kind words….and I absolutely agree with everything that you have written in regards to friendships, blogging, and sharing this truly makes a difference in the world. Thank you so much Huge hugs and love ya back!!! 🙂

    Plantsandbeyond 3 months ago

    Xoxoxo. Planning on sharing your post sometimes this week, my friend. Never done that, but sure will yours. Xoxoxo

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    Awww Luda thank you so much so very sweet and kind of you!!! Love ya and enjoy your weekend. I will get back to you about the herb garden next week for another question that I have..but I will let you enjoy your weekend!!! Huge hugs

    Plantsandbeyond 3 months ago

    Any time, dear Sofie! Xoxoxox

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    Thank you Luda 🙂

  • kasiawrites 3 months ago Reply

    Great looking garden!

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Hi Kasia!!! Thanks so much…how are you?

    kasiawrites 3 months ago

    Still waiting for spring! We got snow this weekend 🙈

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    Oh my gosh it’s still snowing!!! Ok I will send some of our Spring vibes over to you!!! Huge hugs and hang in there!!!

    kasiawrites 3 months ago

    Thank you! Much needed and appreciated 🤗

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    I sent them over to you!!

  • FrugalHausfrau 3 months ago Reply

    Your little garden looks very promising! It is so nice to see green. We have a lot of snow and it should be spring! The veggies sound wonderful!

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thanks so much!!! Are you also in Canada?? I have a few bloggers friends who told me it snowed again there. OMGosh just like I told them I am sending over the Spring vibes maybe something might change!!! Huge hugs

    FrugalHausfrau 3 months ago

    No, I’m in Minnesota but it does border Canada! We had a huge storm that overtook much of the midwest…

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    Yes, I know but this is strange weather this time of year…for Canada and the US.

  • PS 3 months ago Reply

    wow, this is delicious!! These all are my favorite ingredients..And I like you little garden, now, you can enjoy fresh herbs in your cooking throughout summer.

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thank you so much!!! Yes, it will help 😉

  • Plantsandbeyond 3 months ago Reply

    Reblogged this on PlantsandBeyond and commented:
    Aaaaaahhhhhh, I am so honored to be mentioned in this post by Chef Sophie. She consulted earlier with me and utilized gardening advice, I couldn’t be more proud of her. This kind and creative post made my day and added wind underneath my wings. Hope you, guys, enjoy this creative Spring Roasted Veggie veggie recipe:)

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Luda thank you so very very much for reblogging my post. Truly very sweet and kind 🙂

  • InspiresN 3 months ago Reply

    Looks awesome!

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thank you so very much for your kind comment. 🙂

    InspiresN 3 months ago

    You are very welcome!

    foodzesty 3 months ago

    🙂

  • Lisa@LismorePaperCo. 3 months ago Reply

    This is amazing! 🌻💗🌞

    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply

    Thank you so very much Lisa 🙂

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