Roasted vegetables by Mary Berry. Although these dishes require at least 30 minutes of time in the oven, they all only have five steps or fewer. Spread out on a baking sheet and bake covered for 20 minutes, then uncovered for an additional 20, or until the cabbage is tender. NOTE: baking on a real pan vs a disposable foil pan significantly alters the cooking time. And the bulgur wheat is the perfect foil. So rammed with flavour that even those turkey lovers will be tucking in at Christmas. Main course. Side dishes. This is one of the recipes that is in constant rotation in my house: no matter how often I eat it, I never tire of it. When you’re not pressed for time, roasting vegetables for a longer period of time adds incredible depth of flavor. Toss the vegetables (including the olives) with the seasoning. Porcini nut patties by Nigel Slater. Side dishes. Toss to combine. The scorched sweetness of leeks and red peppers, the brightness of tomatoes and pepperiness of radishes give this a rich complexity, for all that it is relaxingly straightforward to make. Vegetarian nut roast topped with vegetarian blue cheese. This recipe well and truly cracks the nut roast. In a large bowl, combine cooked bulgur, roasted vegetables, garbanzo beans, parsley, lemon peel, lemon juice, water, olive oil, pepper and salt. Cover and chill for … Vegetarian nut roast pie with cranberries by Lorraine Pascale. Make a healthy and delicious side dish with these slow-roasted vegetable recipes.