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I am a gardener and this is one of my favorite summer recipes. You can absolutely not go wrong with this recipe. The variations are endless depending on what is fresh in the store or ripe in your garden.
"This is excellent! Just went out to the garden, picked a variety of fresh vegetables. Added the marinade (substituted balsamic vinegar with regular vinegar) and it all turned out great! Topped the cooked veggies with quinoa (instead of couscous) and grated cheddar cheese (instead of feta). Delicious!"- Buddercup
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Preheat oven to 425F.
Combine first 5 ingredients (thru garlic) in a large bowl; stir well. Add zucchini, bell pepper, onion and mushrooms; toss well to coat. Arrange vegetables in a single layer in a shallow roasting pan. Bake at 425F for 35 minutes or until tender and browned (stir occasionally).
Spoon roasted vegetables over couscous and top with cheese. Sprinkle with pepper. Garnish with fresh basil.
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lkolec 7 months agoThis was good. I used white vinegar. I also broiled1 cube of beef bouillon with 1 cup of water and poured this over the vegetables. I added some other seasonings like garlic and onion powder extra pepper. Very tasty.
pnoosha 8 months agoWas very delicious and easy to make. I added some fresh cilantro and chili pepper since we love spicy food. I also topped it with bulgur instead of couscous. Will make it again for sure!
lesakautz 1 year agoI prepared this as directed and it was delicious. The feta cheese really adds a nice saltiness and is an essential ingredient. Will definitely make again.
elenafeldbaum 1 year agoI made it with portabellas and sweet onion over Roasted Pine Nuts Couscous and IT WAS JUST AMAZING! Zucchini and peppers were so juicy and full of flavor. Thank you for the recipe.
Querian 1 year agoI love roasted veggies and this recipe has endless variations. Delicious!
sarahrodarte 1 year agoThis was delicious! I used Portobello mushrooms, white onions and squash, and placed it over parmesan couscous. SO good! The vegetables were packed full of flavor too :-)
Castanich 1 year agoThis was quick and easy. I made it on rice and it was teeny bit bland. Perhaps I should have added more salt. Otherwise, a wonderful recipe that will become a staple.
Buddercup 1 year agoThis is excellent! Just went out to the garden, picked a variety of fresh vegetables. Added the marinade (substituted balsamic vinegar with regular vinegar) and it all turned out great! Topped the cooked veggies with quinoa (instead of couscous) and grated cheddar cheese (instead of feta). Delicious!
franliz 1 year ago
dopoboy 1 year agoMy wife absolutely loved this recipe, and I did, too. It's very easy to make as well. Thanks.
Kborchert 1 year agoDelicious! Usually I don't really care for onions or mushrooms, but these were really yummy. Also, was pretty easy. Just cut up veggies and pop in the oven.
Xordanemoce 2 years agoAmazing! I did make some changes, I added carrots(didn't have zucchini or mushrooms) and some pepper to the vinegar mix. I did double the recipe. I thought it might not be enough. I never made a dinner with out meat and we didn't miss it a bit!
travelinginwards 3 years agoQuick, healthy, light and yummy. I used organic bulgar
PondACB 4 years agoEasy and delicious...though for the amount of vegetables I didn't think the marinade was enough so made more!
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LBSheehan 7 years agoServed it with steak and it was delicious!
promfh 7 years agoTo fit my diabetic diet I adapted this by replacing the couscous with my 'Lite Rice' recipe. http://www.bigoven.com/recipe160774 It was delicious and didn't spike my blood sugar.
jimshim 7 years ago[I posted this recipe.]