What To Do With Leftover Roasted Vegetables
Trying to come up with ideas for what to do with leftover roasted vegetables can often be a daunting task. Fortunately, there are a multitude of ways to use up those tasty ingredients without any wastage.
1. Create a Delicious Soup or Stew
Leftover roasted vegetables make the perfect addition to a soup or stew. Roasting vegetables adds a certain depth of flavor to the broth, while the roasted vegetables will help to thicken it, making it a great, hearty option for a cold winter’s day.
2. Easy Burritos
Create the perfect burrito bowl with your leftover roasted vegetables. Simply add the leftover vegetables to a burrito wrap along with some cooked natural rice, a dollop of sour cream, some crumbled feta cheese and your favorite salsa. Top off with some freshly chopped cilantro and hot sauce, and enjoy!
3. Turn into a Delicious Sauce or Dip
Leftover roasted vegetables can be turned into a delicious and healthy sauce or dip. Blend the vegetables in a food processor with some olive oil, garlic, Greek yogurt, and your favorite herbs and spices. This can be used as a light and creamy dip for chips, vegetables, and crackers, or as a versatile sauce on top of proteins.
4. Enhance an Omelet or Quiche
Leftover roasted vegetables can help to provide a delicious and nutritious boost to any omelet or quiche. Simply add them in with beaten eggs and your favorite cheese and herbs for an extra flavorful breakfast.
5. Transform into a Healthy Pizza
For those who love pizza, roasted vegetables make the perfect topping for a homemade pizza. We suggest using a light olive oil base, fresh mozzarella cheese, and some feta cheese, with the leftover vegetables as the topping. The result is a delicious, healthy, and utterly satisfying pizza!
Leftover roasted vegetables make a great addition to any meal, and are easy to add into the mix. Use them in your favorite recipes or transform them into delicious sauces and dips. Get creative and you’ll soon have your friends and family begging for more. Enjoy!