Easy Roasted Broccoli & Red Onions
Updated: Feb 3
This easy roasted broccoli and red onion recipe is a personal favorite! I originally learned that these two vegetables pair deliciously together from a recipe printed years ago. It can be found at https://relish.com/recipes/88245/roasted-broccoli-red-pepper-and-onion.
The easy roasted broccoli & red onions recipe is an easy side dish and is a family favorite. I use this recipe when batch cooking for same day nutritious eating and for delicious leftovers. With only 3 ingredients, the recipe can be 100% sourced from the Farmers’ Market with the exception of oil. Also this recipe is Whole30, Paleo, and Keto compliant.
2 bunches of broccoli from Solway Farms
1 bundle of red onions from Peace Valley Produce
2 Tablespoons of avocado oil
Wash and dry the broccoli. Grab a cutting board to cut broccoli florets away from broccoli stems. Place broccoli florets onto sheet pan.
Peel and wash red onions. Grab a cutting board to thinly slice onion bulb. Place thinly sliced red onions onto sheet pan.
Drizzle avocado oil on top broccoli florets and sliced red onions.
Place sheet pan into hot oven set to 425 degree for 10-12 minutes.
Once timer is finished, open oven to gently mix vegetables with a spatula. Mixing will allow thorough roasting.
Set timer for another 10-12 minutes. Remove sheet pan from oven when vegetables are thoroughly roasted.
Serve and enjoy! Salt and pepper to taste.
**BONUS RECIPE** : The pictures attached to this blog post show the Easy Roasted Broccoli & Red Onions with White Sweet Potato Fries. These fries are super simple to prep, and the recipe can be found on my blog at https://www.wholefoodbeliever.net/post/easy-roasted-sweet-potatoes-whole30-paleo-gluten-free-aip. The only difference between the diced sweet potatoes and the sweet potatoes fries are the cuts to the potato! The recipe process is the same! Enjoy!
Elizabeth Ray, MS RDN LD works as a registered dietitian nutritionist helping people improve their relationship with food and with themselves. Her Instagram handle is @wholefoodbeliever, and she can be found on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/e3trition. Elizabeth has also has a blog at https://www.wholefoodbeliever.net.
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