Adding vegetables to your diet doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming with this Indian-inspired recipe.
Apart from throwing a bunch of vegetables in a bowl with some dressing to make a salad, this is probably one of the easiest recipes you’ll ever find.
All you have to do is mix the ingredients together and let the oven do all the work while you prepare the rest of your meal.
This is the perfect side dish for those weeknight meals when you’re scrambling to get dinner on the table. If you think it’s too much work to add a side of vegetables in addition to making your main dish, think again.
This recipe is so simple, it practically makes itself.
Simple, Not Boring
Simple is not the same as boring though. Herbs and spices are always a great way to liven up a dish and this one is no exception.
The seasonings in this recipe help make it more flavorful, while also adding an extra dose of nutrients and antioxidants.
Saturday night's @paleoporn hosted movie night was filled with lots of Paleo goodies! Everyone brought a fantastic dish to the potluck. Around the photo from top left we had Jibarito Sliders, Cauliflower Parmesan, Paleo Samoas, Apple Crisp, Sour Cherry & Chocolate Chip Scones, Coconut Macaroons and Indian Spiced Brussels Sprouts & Carrots #paleo #potluck #primal #glutenfree #grainfree #movienight #Chicago #jerf #justeatrealfood #PaleoPorn
Prepare It For A Potluck
I made this alongside my Paleo Cauliflower Parmesan and served them side-by-side along with what everyone else brought to a Paleo Chicago Meetup event (all other goodies that were prepared are shown above).
Feel free to double or triple the recipe and use a larger dish when increasing the serving size. The current serving size of the recipe listed below fed all 10 people at our event. Everyone got a taste and there weren’t any leftovers. :)