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Roasted Winter Vegetable Salad with Maple Balsamic Dressing is an easy side salad or entrée made with thyme roasted vegetables and homemade maple balsamic dressing!
What do you make when you run out of ideas for dinner? I roast vegetables and layer them over fresh greens. In fact, this Roasted Winter Vegetable Salad with Maple Balsamic Dressing is my go-to salad during the fall and winter months. I always have fresh greens in my fridge and use whatever fresh vegetables I picked up at the farmer’s market. The salad is easy and the dressing is made with ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. I use a few sprigs of fresh thyme from my herb garden and roast the vegetables in my oven with some olive oil and freshly ground black pepper.
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For this recipe I used organicgirl sweet pea blend as the base of the salad, topped it with roasted winter vegetables, pepitas and fresh pomegranate arils. You can use your favorite combination of winter vegetables. I used sweet potato, carrots, red onion and beets. Sometimes I mix it up and add brussels sprouts or butternut squash. The maple balsamic dressing is quick and easy to make but if you want to save even more time, use one of organicgirl’s new salad dressing flavors. I love the lemon agave with these roasted vegetables. The salad dressing is now available at Publix so make sure to try it with your favorite salad!
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Source: Spoonful of Flavor
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