Market-fresh vegetables—carrots, potatoes, onions and Brussels sprouts—get roasted till tender in this tasty side dish. KRAFT Dressing transforms these harvest veggies into a tasty, simple side.

  • PREP: 0 hr(s). 10 min / Total: 1 hr(s). 10 min
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  • Combine 3 each cubed carrots and parsnips and 1 lb each mini red potatoes and brussel sprouts with 3 Tbsp. water in a large microwaveable bowl. Microwave on HIGH for 10 min.

  • Pour vegetables into a 9 x 13-inch baking dish; add 2 peeled and quartered onions and stir in 1/2 cup Kraft Sundried Tomato and Oregano Salad Dressing.

  • Bake, uncovered, at 450°F until vegetables are tender or about 30 min.

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If I try it again I'll leave out the potatoes.

06/03/2012

I make this regularly with whatever veggies I have on hand. I made it yesterday with carrots, red pepper, onion, squash, and celery, mixed with this dressing. It's a hit with my kids and has always been a hit when served to others for diner parties.

10/05/2011

Easy and healthy! I added mushrooms and added parmesan cheese which someone else suggested. Tuned out well and family loved it.

07/09/2011

Made this for Thanksgiving dinner. It was easy to make and everyone loved it.

10/13/2010

Easy, fast recipe for a side dish. Family loved it delicious.

06/16/2010

I used Kraft's Roasted Rep Pepper and Parmesan Dressing as well as House Italian Dressing and I used alot more than 1/2 cup - I just kept adding a little more until I achieved the taste I was looking for. I changed the vegetables as well to red potatoes, mushrooms and onions. I baked them for approximately 45 minutes. Everyone loved them! Next time I would top them off with a bit of fresh grated parmesan cheese once they came out of the oven.

09/02/2007

Great recipe! I omited the potatoes and served it as a side dish for New Year's dinner. I had prepared it the day before. Letting the veggies soak it the flavor of the dressing. The family loved it.

01/26/2006

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