Roasted autumn vegetables with walnut-miso sauce from From the Oven to the Table: Simple Dishes That Look After Themselves (page 100) by Diana Henry

  • Belgian endive
  • carrots
  • onions
  • butternut squash
  • walnuts
  • olive oil
  • dried red pepper flakes
  • celery root
  • red miso

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Notes about this recipe

  • catmummery on April 23, 2022

    I struggled with this a bit. Parly my fault - I slightly crowded the veg so some were less charred than I would like. Completely agree with all about the dressing - first, really difficult to get the miso to emulsify with the oil and having halved the amounts, it was still way too much and made the food feel oily. I used some water to help with emulsification but next time think i'd use a quarter of the oil and make up with water. I won't rush to make again, though agree it was filling. Prefer a similar dish with tahini/lemon/yoghurt dressing and nuts scattered

  • Skamper on March 23, 2022

    We both liked this. As others have noted, it's very filling and there is quite a bit of oil. I made a half batch of the sauce but used. 5 cup of oil rather than .75. Next time I would try using vegetable broth in place of half the oil and bet that would work well.

  • mondraussie on October 01, 2021

    As others have said, very filling.. but extremely delicious!!

  • luluf on May 19, 2021

    We love this and as noted by the other reviewers, it was extremely filling. Nice hearty dish for winter

  • ncollyer on December 13, 2020

    Delicious. I too found the amount of dressing concerning. Reduced it by half and it was still more than enough.

  • Foodycat on October 14, 2019

    I was making this as a main meal for 2 people, and I struggled a bit to adjust the quantities for that. It's very, very filling! I used a lot less oil in the dressing, and it was still too much for us. The balance of vegetables is extremely good - the chicory/Belgian endive provides enough acidity to cut through the rich, sweet, earthiness of the other veg.

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