Roasted vegetables...yummy! Note from Brenda: I use A LOT less oil than the recipe calls for. Cooking the harder vegetables first and then adding the softer ones is great, nothing ends up to crunchy or mushy.
Vegetable Tian - Everyone enjoys vegetables and their natural subtle flavors. For making this meal, you need to slice thin the vegetables, seasoned only with a little salt, pepper, and thyme and then topped with just a small amount of flavorful cheese. Roasting the vegetables magnifies their flavor and gives them just a hint of sweetness.
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