Vegetable Roasting Times Chart

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Vegetable Roasting Times Chart

Roasting vegetables is easy, and it does such amazing things to their flavor. When you expose vegetables to high temperatures, it concentrates their flavors, and turns normally spicy or bitter vegetables sweet. If there’s a vegetable that you don’t like, try it roasted, and you may just discover a new appreciation for it. Roasting is transformative.

Once the vegetables start coming in from the garden hard and fast, roasting becomes a regular part of my dinnertime routine. Just chop some vegetables up; toss them on a cookie sheet with some olive oil and salt; pop them in the oven; and you have a side dish that everyone is happy with. It’s cooking at its simple best.

Since different vegetables have different roasting times, I always found myself racing to my computer to look up the recommended roasting time for this vegetable or that vegetable, and that had begun to get old. Being a fan of simple solutions, I decided to create my own vegetable roasting chart to keep in the kitchen. It now lives on the side of the fridge next to my vegetable blanching times chart. Between the two, there’s not a vegetable I can’t tackle.

Everyone has a different opinion about the right temp and roasting time for vegetables, so I created my own standards based on my experience and a ton of research. If you follow the roasting times in my chart, you should get great results every time.

Since vegetables come in all sizes, you’ll see I’ve recommended a range of cook times for each vegetable. If you’re cooking smaller veggies, stick to the lower end of the range. If you’re cooking bigger veggies, go with the higher end of the range.

To keep things as simple as possible, all times are based on a 425 degree oven, and you’ll see that I’ve even included instructions on how to cook veggies with different cook times together.

Sound handy? Here’s my vegetable roasting chart.

Printable Vegetable Roasting Times Chart

Print Vegetable Roasting Times Chart

Like to Freeze Veggies?

Then, be sure to print a copy of my vegetable blanching chart, while you’re at it. It lists the blanching times for just about any vegetable you could think of freezing.

Tip: Laminate both charts, so they’ll be easy to clean, if you spill on them. That kind of thing happens in the kitchen (or at least it happens in mine).

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  1. I just discovered the joys of roasting vegetables. Now I wonder why I never tried it before.

    God bless.

  2. This is such a handy resource! We love roasted veggies and I’m looking forward to trying a lot more with your guide!

  3. thank you so much for creating these wonderful charts. I love them and can’t wait to get started roasting and organizing

  4. I am a pescatarian and I eat a lot of roasted vegetables. But sometimes it’s hit or miss. This makes it a lot easier. Even for my daughter she helps out and sometimes will do the vegetables for me. Thank you so much for doing this.

  5. Great chart – just what I was looking for! I get a big box of organic “misfit” (small, large or deformed so cheaper) organic veg and fruit every other week and I am not sure how long to cook some of them as they aren’t the usual ones I cook. Now I’m off to roast brussel sprouts!

    1. Awesome! I probably mentioned in the post, but I laminated a copy and attached magnets to the back, so I could hang it on the side of the fridge. This makes it easy to reference when I’m cooking.

  6. Your printable pages are incredibly helpful! Thank you for taking the time to create them and for sharing them ♥️!

  7. You are a master of clear, functional, and beautiful graphics! Thank you so much for this. It really is a fantastic chart!

  8. I just want to say that this is by far the best vegetable roasting chart I have found. It is super easy to read when you’re throwing together a bunch of different vegetables, has everything, and I’ve shared it with many family members. I have tried to use methods from other pages that just advise to toss everything together at once and that absolutely does not work, or pages that give timelines that turn out in mush or undercooked vegetables…yours is spot on – thank you so much for this!

  9. Every time I bake something I end up googling the temperature and time, and have to crunch through so many recipes… This helps tremendously, gonna print it out and put on my kitchen wall to alway know <3

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