Teriyaki veggies, my favorite side dish. Or sometimes an entire meal in general if I’m craving it. There is something so delicious about a quick and simple side dish that’s all veggies that just makes me happy.
These Teriyaki veggies are so easy to make. All you have to do is take all of your favorite veggies, or whatever is in your fridge, and roast them in Teriyaki sauce.
I love making a huge pan of veggies to roast. They can be used in so many different ways.
You can use them to top a salad, to throw into a pasta dish, to add on top of homemade pizza, mix them into an egg scramble, an omelette, eat them plain roasted, or do what I do and mix them into Teriyaki sauce.
I feel like there isn’t much point in writing out an actual recipe, but here’s a quick one.
Here’s what you do
- Pre-heat oven to 425 F.
- Prep your veggies. For me I used brussells sprouts, green beans, carrots, and delicata squash. Usually I also throw in corn and broccoli.
- Roast for 45 minutes, flipping every 15 minutes.
- Add Teriyaki sauce to pan, mix all together.
- Plate up as either a meal or side dish.
- Sprinkle with sesame seeds.
This is such a simple and delicious dish, and something I find myself eating often, typically once a week. It is a great little recipe to get in your veggies, but also have a meal that tastes really great.
Best yet? You can make up a big batch to store in the fridge for a few days, and do what I said above, add to other meals to make them more hearty and veggie filled.
What is your favorite way to use up the veggies in your fridge?
Do you love Teriyaki sauce as much as I do?
What is your favorite thing to do with roasted veggies? Eat them plain or add them to other meals?