Roasted vegetables are so easy, nutritious and great when you donâ€™t have theÂ luxury of time to fiddle around in the kitchen especially when you have kids tugging at your apron strings.Â They are also economical and a great way to use up the stray vegetables hanging around in the fridge. Any leftovers can be turned into a salad the next night, simply add baby spinach leaves, nuts or seeds, chopped feta and vinaigrette.
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