Roasted Vegetable Stack with Garlic, Lemon & Coriander Oil

Roasted Vegetable Stack with Garlic, Lemon & Coriander Oil

I love being plant-based and this tower of goodness is a favourite here.

This is a super healthy vegetable stack drizzled with garlic, lemon and coriander oil and I I know you will love it.

Enjoy x

Vegetable Stack With Garlic, Lemon & Coriander Oil

vegan food for all the family

vegetable stack

vegan healthy recipes

Ingredients (serves 2)

For the vegetable stack

  • 1 sweet potato (sliced width ways)
  • 1 red onion (sliced)
  • 1 red tomato (sliced)

For the garlic, coriander and lemon oil

  • 150 ml virgin olive oil
  • Handful of fresh coriander, both leaves and stalks chopped finely
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • Salt and pepper to season

Garnish (to eat)

  • 2 Garlic heads, top chopped off.

Method 

Pre-heat your oven to 200°c.

For the dressing, mix the oil, coriander and lemon juice together in a bowl.

Place your sweet potato, onions, tomato and heads of garlic on a foil-covered baking tray, drizzle with around half of the oil and season with salt and pepper to taste.

Roast in the oven for around 30-40 minutes until the vegetables are tender.

Remove from the oven and stack on your plate. Garnish with the roasted garlic that will taste sweet not bitten once out of the oven.

Drizzle the remaining oil over the tower.

Dreamy.

 

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36 Responses

  1. Kelly

    What a great idea! I find original veggie recipes for my Mum so hard to find coz she’s a fusspot but this is so simple yet effective!

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  2. samantha

    This looks incredible. I feel like I wouldn’t even want to eat it but rather just marvel at how pretty it looks.

    Have you heard of the ketosis cookbook by any chance? As I surf around the web for some good cookbooks to use on the keto diet I keep seeing this one. There are reviews like this one http://simplefitnessproject.com/reviews/ketosis-cookbook/ by people who have used it that claim its great. However, dont trust that these reviews are real. This is largely because of the sheer quantity of reviews that claim that it is a scam. I would love to hear your input. If you dont recommend this one, is there another cookbook that you personally would recommend instead?

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  3. Charlotte Oates

    I could really do with eating more like this at the moment. I’m in full on Christmas mode at the moment which for me means lots of yummy baking (and probably not quite enough veg 🙁 ). This look yummy and I wouldn’t feel nearly as guilty eating all my festive food if I’d had this for lunch!

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  4. Sarah James

    Your vegetable stack looks delicious Vicki, I love the sound of the garlic, lemon and coriander flavours. Thanks for hosting #TastyTuesdays x

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    • Honest Mum

      Haha love that, it does doesn’t it, it was so delicious and nutritous, you literally feel energised with every bite-closest I’ll ever get to being Deliciously Ella right?!;) x

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  5. Rebecca U

    This looks so lush! For the past couple of weeks I have tried being vegan 6 days a week and having organic meat once a week – loving it so far. Going to try this on a vegan day x

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  6. Mummy Tries

    The veggie stack looks divine Vicki (as all your food does)! Bet it tastes just as good 🙂

    I’ve linked a few Xmas recipes from my GAPS book, all gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free. I’ll come back later for a read and will add badges to the posts. Hope that’s okay xxx

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  7. lizzie ( firstooth )

    I always enjoy your recipes so simple but so delicious! Our goal is to be a veggie a few days a week but it’s getting the hubby on board x thanks for hosting #tastytuesdays

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