Through trial and error I've discovered that squeezing a fresh lime over roast parsnips (prior to roasting) make the end product absoutely sublime.
The problem however is that the sticky sweet lime juice can make the baking tray hell to clean, or in one pectacular instance of 'over cooking' ruined the non-stick baking tray.
Any suggestions to help stop honey glaze and other sweet / sugary dressings from ruining roast dishes?
P.S. Free free to close if this is off topic :)