Roasting vegetables is easy.

You can toss pretty much any vegetable with olive oil and seasoning and roast it in the oven.

The happy result: a low-calorie, nutritious and delicious side (or a vegetarian main with some protein).

But sometimes the results are less than perfect.

There are a few guidelines to guarantee your veggies will be caramelized and divine—not overcooked and soft.

You need to get three things right: the right temperature, the right oven placement, and the right timing.

“Each type of vegetable has a sweet spot,” says Good Eggs, a premier purveyor of fine foods in the San Francisco Bay area.

“So we tested and tested again to find that perfect combination of temperature, placement and timing for each of our favorite fall vegetables.”

They compiled that information into the infographic below, and allowed us to share it with you.

Read their full article for details on how to slice, dice and season six favorite fall veggies.

Go veggies! Go roasted veggies! Go make some now!

 


Roast your favorite fall veggies to perfection (photo and infographic © Good Eggs).

 

  

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