Roasted vegetables piled together
Flavorful Roasted Veggies Are One Game-Changing Ingredient Away
When roasting vegetables, you can use vinaigrette for a flavor boost. Vinaigrette dressing is a combination of oil and acid, a duo that lends itself to dozens of ingredients.
Most vinaigrettes contain other ingredients like aromatics, mustard, spices, and herbs, creating an all-in-one source of flavor and fat for roasted vegetables.
To season your vegetables with vinaigrette, simply add the dressing to the veggies and toss to coat. The acid can even help tenderize tough vegetables like broccoli or asparagus.
A good rule of thumb with proportions is to use a quarter-cup of vinaigrette for every pound of vegetables. Oversaturation could prevent the veggies from crisping up in the oven.