Oven-Roasted Chickpeas: A great side dish for a holiday dinner

The time when people gather together in the evening and enjoy a festive meal is slowly beginning. No need to wait for Christmas. That’s the beauty of fall: it gets dark too soon to be cozy indoors, especially with your dearest friends or family. Such a special dinner will lift the spirits and is a perfect dress rehearsal for a great performance in December. Today we have oven-roasted onions, which make a wonderful side dish for meat and vegetable dishes. And above all: the preparation is simple, but the taste is strong, aromatic and simply heavenly!

Carrots, beets, parsley roots and parsley go on the baking sheet. Also onions and garlic. And this is what the aforementioned taste plays, because when the latter is burned in the tube, they clean the rest of the vegetables just because they are there. And don’t pick them after they’re baked! Onions and garlic prepared in the oven are eaten very happily. Both are incredibly tender and taste amazing when paired with beets. You can grow the vegetables with other species – as well as beets. For example, mushrooms taste very good.

Incidentally, I have never served beetles from the oven as anything more than a side dish. It’s also an easy casual dinner. Simply mix up a (vegan) dip made from yogurt or quark and make it with little or no bread. Also delicious: mix baked vegetables with couscous and enjoy a warm salad.

And then try the following side dishes.

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Top view of beet vegetables from the oven in a Saba bowl: carrots, beets, parsley and others, with fresh herbs.


Autumn turn from the oven

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A perfect side dish for a festive dinner.


  1. Wash carrots, parsley roots and parsley well. Cut the carrots in half lengthwise, preferably shortening the green part, do not cut it completely. Finely chop the parsley and parsley roots. Peel and cut the berries. Peel the onion and garlic and cut into large pieces. Wash and cut the lemon. Wash the thyme and dry it.

  2. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl with a little oil and spread on a parchment lined baking sheet. Then season well with salt and pepper and sprinkle with thyme.

  3. Bake the vegetables in a hot oven (180 degrees) for 20 minutes. Turn occasionally and extend the baking time for a few minutes if necessary. Then serve hot.

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