Tuesday, July 15, 2008

MBP-Less is more

Less is more appeals a lot to me. In my mind, less ingredients is less cooking time and hence perfect on those days when I don't feel like preparing elaborate meals, which is actually most days!!! Here is a very simple recipe from Kalyn's Kitchen that I modified to include a few more veggies. I love this recipe- I love all the veggies that go into it and I am a big fan of sesame seeds

Roasted Broccoli, snap peas and baby corn- Abi's style

2 broccoli heads- florets cut from the stem
a handful of baby corn
1 cup snap peas cut in halves
Soy sauce, 2tbsp
Sesame oil- 2tbsp
Salt and pepper to taste
Toasted sesame seeds for garnish

Preheat the oven to 450F. Mix the veggies, soy sauce, oil, salt and pepper in a bowl and spread it on a baking dish.
Place the dish in the oven- after about 15minutes, take it out and turn once.
15min later you have delicious roasted veggies.
Garnish with sesame seeds
Have fun roasting


  1. I do like the idea of adding other veggies with the broccoli. I bet roasted sugar snap peas are good, never tried that!

  2. yeah, especially for someone like me who loves sugar snap peas! Oh, I really love your blog, have so many recipes to try out