Series: Palm Oil Recipes to Try at Home – February

Published on: February 9, 2021

Many people don’t realize what an incredible ingredient palm oil is because of the bad reputation that it carries. But if you’re sourcing your palm oil from good, ethical manufacturers, there is no reason not to cook with it. If you are new to using palm oil as a staple in your kitchen, you can follow our new series exploring palm oil recipes that you can try at home.

Red Palm Oil Winter Vegetables

A super delicious and healthy side dish! You can use any vegetables you want in this dish. You can use whatever is available at your grocery store or local organic co-op. Red palm oil takes the vegetables to the next level. Yum!

Ingredients:

  • Winter vegetables (we used mushroom, brussels sprouts, zucchini, peppers, cauliflower)
  • Red palm oil
  • Salt and pepper (to taste)

Instructions:

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees
  • Chop vegetables
  • Toss in palm oil
  • Place on cooking sheet
  • Season with salt & pepper
  • Bake for 30 minutes or until brown
  • Serve

roasted vegetables

There is nothing better than a hot plate of roasted vegetables on a winter day. Flavor to taste with your favorite pairing spices.

We’ll see you next month for another palm oil recipes segment!

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  • Our planet, due to palm oil’s land efficiency.
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