Roast with Canola Oil Recipe Collection
Oven-roasting adds delicious, rich flavors that are perfect for fall. Canola oil works well for roasting because of its high smoke point and neutral flavor.
This silky soup is rich with flavor and colorful. Roasting the carrots and cauliflower first in canola oil allows the natural sweetness of the vegetables to shine through.
Sturdy root veggies and winter squash are an easy combination because they have a similar density and cook in the same amount of time. Roasting imparts a smoky-sweet flavor that makes these veggies delicious warm or cold. Canola oil’s high heat tolerance is ideal for oven roasting.
This is a basic recipe for roasting fish – quick, easy, and simple. The salsa is made with canola oil because its neutral taste doesn’t overpower the natural flavors of the mango. You can also use the salsa as a dip or to add extra flair to other entrees. This dish tastes fantastic served with black beans or brown rice.
The perfect way to combine a taste for crunchy side dishes with the desire to eat more heart-healthy vegetables. Makes a great snack too!
Fennel offers a sweet and mellow flavor that complements the apples beautifully in this easy breakfast or brunch dish.
Not all vegetable oils are the same. Canola oil not only has a high smoke point, it is also heart-healthy.
A variety of stone fruits looks great and tastes delicious, but use any fruit in season, or a combination, for this simple dessert.
This side dish can easily be served alongside your favorite roast or grilled chicken or fish. If you have leftovers, enjoy it cold with some cooked chickpeas or lentils for a hearty vegetarian meal. Just a bit of canola oil helps all the flavors meld.