How to Make Winter Tian

A "tian" is a French dish that involves summer squash, zucchini, eggplant and other summery vegetables. But how about a winter version of a tian? Beets, sweet potatoes, potatoes and tomatoes roasted with olive oil and rosemary. Pure delight!

A "tian" is a French dish that involves summer squash, zucchini, eggplant and other summery vegetables. But how about a winter version of a tian? Beets, sweet potatoes, potatoes and tomatoes roasted with olive oil and rosemary. Pure delight! You can find more of Katie’s recipes at http://fandw.me/fwx-labs.

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Hey guys. So with the weather getting as cold as it's getting, you've got to try this dish. Winter Tian. And you root vegetable fans, especially will love it. It's this simple, rustic, beautiful dish that's usually made with summer squash, zucchini, tomato sauce, stuff like that. But how about a winter version of this dish? Wrap the beets in aluminum foil. Bake them for an hour at 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Scrub and peel the potato and sweet potato. Wrap the sweet potato and add that to the oven for the last 30 minutes to soften that up too. Now slice the ingredients. [MUSIC] Then place the sliced onion in the bottom of your baking dish. Toss it with olive oil and a spring of rosemary. Then add the other ingredients on top overlapping in a circular design or whatever design you feel inspired to make. Season with salt and pepper, oil and a bit more rosemary. Cover and bake at 425 degrees for 30 minutes and uncover to bake for another 30 minutes. Let it cool a bit And enjoy. There's something about this dish that just screams winter comfort to me. It's warm, it's satisfying. The tomatoes get nice and caramelized and add a really pleasant sweet flavor to this dish and those onions underneath get nice and sweet too. Sometimes the simple dishes really are the best.
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