Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Recipe Challenge with Kitchen Belleicious!

I have joined Jessica at Kitchen Belleicious for Recipe Challenge 2011!
Everyone participating makes one new recipe each month of the year.

Finding something new to cook isn't the hard part for me...just actually cooking is :)

My new recipe for February is a Roasted Vegetable Sandwich!  I had one in a restaurant last year and loved it, and didn't think it would be too hard to do on my own...so I gave it a shot.

I looked through some recipes online, and then just picked and chose what I liked and used it!

1) First, I thinly sliced one zucchini, yellow squash, and a red pepper.  
I left out what I wanted to use for my sandwich (the mister wouldn't eat this...so it's just for me!)

I put the rest up for another sandwich or recipe later this week...

2) I put the vegetables in a bowl and mixed them with a little bit of olive oil and roasted garlic.
3) Then I put them on a pan and put them in the oven for about 20-25 minutes on 450.

4) Meanwhile, I sliced ciabatta bread and toasted it in the toaster oven.

5) I put a light mayo and mustard mixture on the bread, put the veggies on, and then added havarti cheese.

6) I almost forgot to add spinach...but that was a much needed last ingredient!

7) This sandwich was delicious!! I will definitely be making one again soon!

Also linking up with Daphne today!

Happy Wednesday Y'all!

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4 comments:

Cool Gal said...

How fantastic!

I LOVE roasted vegetable sandwiches! This looks easy and delicious. I will put it on next week's menu list.

Thanks for sharing.

Happy Wednesday!

Kitchen Belleicious said...

You didn't say in your email to me if you used ciabatta or not but I just had a feeling you did. Good thing I was right! It looks fantastic and so glad you joined me this month. My husband is going to love you because I plan to make this for him tomorrow night since I will be at bible study! XO
Jessica

Shannon said...

This looks very tasty...and healthy too! Thanks for sharing!

Fashion Meets Food said...

Oh my gosh how fabulous is this! Definitely need to make this recipe yum!

xo