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Spice Roasted Sweet Potatoes & Brussel Sprouts
PREHEAT OVEN 375.F | 180.C convection roast OR Bake 400.F | 200.C | Gas Mark 5 – 6
MIX olive oil + all spices + salt & pepper together in a bowl big enough to mix the chopped veg.
WASH & CUT veg. Trim off any not so great looking outer leaves then cut Brussels in half & some in 1/4’s. Sweet potato, leave the skin on and dice a similar size to halved Brussels = even cooking time.
ADD cut up veg to spice bowl; mix and stir really well to evenly coat.
SPREAD out in a single layer on a parchment paper-lined sheet pan or baking dish.
ROAST in preheated oven 20mins. SHAKE PAN & turn veg over, so it browns evenly.
COOK 15-20mins more til Brussels are crispy outside and tender inside. Sweet potatoes are golden & tender.
SWAP VEG use different root vegetables or cauliflower – cooking times may vary.
ADJUST SPICES to your liking.
REHEAT in on a sheet pan in a preheated oven. Or in a skillet on the stove.