Roasted Mediterranean Vegetables

August 31, 2017

Mediterranean Veg

I grew up eating a Mediterranean style diet, full of fruits and vegetables, with chicken and lamb. I love to eat, I love to eat foods that make me feel good, healthy and happy. This dish definitely makes me happy! My favourite vegetables all combined together in one easy to cook dish, perfect as a light lunch, a starter or as a side dish to a meat dish. The cooking time for this is around 45 mins so you can get it all ready in one oven proof dish and just leave it in the oven to cook when entertaining or running around after the kids.


Olive Oil

1 Aubergine, sliced

1 Courgette, sliced

2 White Potatoes, peeled and sliced

1 White Onion

2 Vine tomatoes, sliced

1 Handful of Cherry Tomatoes

2 Padron Peppers, deseeded and sliced

1/2 pack of Hellim/ Halloumi, chopped

1/2 tsp Dried Thyme or Fresh Thyme, finely chopped

Ground Himalayan Pink Salt & Black Pepper, to season


Pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees

In an oven proof dish add the vegetables, either layer them or just mix them all in

Pour over the olive oil, a few tablespoons, enough to lightly cover everything

Season with a little salt, pepper & thyme

Place in the centre of the oven and bake for around 35 minutes

Add the helium/halloumi and bake for a further 5-10 minutes.

Remove from the oven and place the dish in the centre of your table with some fresh bread, greek yoghurt, hummus or tahini and enjoy with family and friends as a starter or as a side dish to your roast chicken or roast lamb.



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6 responses to “Roasted Mediterranean Vegetables”

  1. Emma says:

    This looks and sounds delicious! I never have aubergine or courgette in at home but always enjoy them when eating out – I need to get better at food shopping haha. Might have to try this recipe at the weekend!

    • Pinar says:

      Thank you. Definitely try it, they are both a favourite of ours in our house, both are great chopped up with onions and thrown into a pasta bake. Let me know if you try it! xo

  2. Julia Sammut says:

    Yum thanks for this recipe, I love Mediterranean food and I think it’s awesome that you used himalayan salt in this as well 🙂

    Julia // The Sunday Mode

  3. Yum this looks really nice. Thanks for the recipe we will be trying this real soon.

    GR |

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