roasted rutabega

Completely Fabulous & Simple Roasted Rutabega Recipe

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Farmers Market Recipe by Vegetable Kingdom (Asheville, North Carolina)

roasted rutabegaServing Size:    1-2

1 rutabaga
1 T olive oil
1 t salt
1/4 -1/2 t pepper
1 slice veggie bacon strip, minced
VK Mustard Vinaigrette Dressing

– Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
– Peel and cut rutabaga in half and then into crescents. Place in bowl.
– Add remaining ingredients. Toss to coat.
– Spread on rimmed baking sheet. Bake 20 minutes. Flip. Bake 20 minutes more or to desired doneness.

VEGETABLE KINGDOM is a boutique kitchen producing small batch, hand-jarred meal favorites including New Orleans-style Gumbo, Creole Sauce, Brunswick Stew and Massaman Curry. We also manufacture three unique salad dressings, Tofu, Feta, and Mustard Vinaigrette.
Our products are low-fat and low-sugar. Two are gluten-free, two are low-carb. They are made with fresh, local ingredients and easy to prepare. Produced without added meat, they are delicious when meat, chicken, seafood, or plant protein is added to them. 

Find Vegetable Kingdom:
Vegetable Kingdom sells their products on Saturdays at the Transylvania Farmers Market in Brevard, North Carolina.

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Photo Courtesy of Vegetable Kingdom


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